Now for more inspiration.
Here is a Center-Step card with Saturated Canary's image Let it Rain. I really enjoy coloring Krista's images. My card has solid blue cardstock on the two flaps on the side and on the front step and behind the image I used a brown and blue doted paper. A bluish flower embellishes the bottom left corner and to give the card balance I put a matted oval with a handwritten "Hi" at the top right.
Please drop by Saturated Canary and admire Krista's images.
ValerieThis is the postcard I made for the last challenge. It has been painted with acrylics, partly mixed with stickles, and using punchinella for texture. The umbrella man has also been cut from hand-painted paper .
The text is from Psalm 72, v. 6.
If it's a "Windy and Rainy Day", I want to spend it indoors, reading! So what better way to feature this lovely design by Saturated Canary than on a bookmark! I colored the digi with watercolor pencils and a water pen, fussy cut her out and matted with two shades of purple. I printed the verse and matted with pink. I punched out extra flowers from the designer paper background and added them for interest. A pink ribbon finishes the bookmark off.
Who says that you can only fly a kite in Autumn? At times it is definitely windy enough to do so at the moment. The image is again from Saturated Canary, isn't she sweet? I coloured her with Copics and layered her in digital paper from Tracy Ann Digital. As embellishments I used some buttons, Stickles and some blings.
I've gone a bit different for my new creation for this Windy & Rainy Day Challenge and have used a Gecko Galz Collage image of an Asian Geisha with a parasol. I've used Japanese papers and fibres for the background and layering. I love to create Asian style.
For my second celebration of rainy, windy weather I used a Catherine Moore Character Constructions stamp on designer paper from Twisted Papers. My little man in a teacup with his tiny umbrella is escaping big raindrop stickers which I had to use because they are actually called raindrops! Stay dry and keep crafting.
Krista's images are so much fun to color and create with - I used the same paper pad that I used last week, Jack and Jill from My Mind's Eye, but I used different pieces and came up with a completely different look. I kept this one bright and cheery, hope it makes you smile!