Welcome to May and welcome to our Friends of Unity Blog Hop!
This months cue is Flora & Fauna. Which is simply plants and animals in nature. Such a beautiful cue!
Insects are a diverse group of the natural animal kingdom, and since I am an insect lover it made sense for me to use them! :)
This butterfly moth topped floral cluster beautifully screams Flora and Fauna! Such a gorgeous stamp from the February 2020 Sentiment Kit. This sentiment and floral cluster are also heat embossed. I find myself heat embossing so many of my stamped sentis and images.
love the texture it gives to the card!
These dragonflies, from a Graciellie Design set called Hope & Strength, are just gorgeous. Especially in black and white! I embossed them onto vellum and love the soft, but magnificent, look it gives them. The Wonky Stripes BG is a new favorite of mine! I stamped in VersaFine Nocturne (also found at Unity) and heat embossed. It gives it a fantastic bumby and grainy texture.
(His mercies are new every morning, friends.)
I always like to know which card is your favorite!!
My hope is that you read through the entire blog. Makes my heart so happy thinking you do!
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Be blessed, friends!
I hope you have a chance to visit each blog and leave a little (or alot:) love along the way . I know they are all equally as wonderful and unique!
There are some pretty awesome giveaways with each hop! Including one from myself! Be sure you comment on EACH blog post to be entered in the drawing.
This months winners will be announced during next months blog hop!
(I have a feeling you will comment anyway as a way of support and admiration to the artists.) Speaking of winners! The winner from my January FOU blog is ScrappyCat . Congratulations! Thank you so much for participating in our blog hop and your generous comment regarding my coloring! Message me here please so I can get your winnings to you!
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I love both of your cards! My favorite is the first one. The blue moth is gorgeous and truly looks as though it just landed. I love the texture you mentioned that comes with embossing. I can see the effect in the photos. Your coloring is awesome too. The embossing on vellum, I am going to try this!ReplyDelete
Love the colors onReplyDelete
the first card and
the vellum Dragonflies!
Carla from Utah
I read every word of your blog, every time! :)ReplyDelete
I will choose the first as my favorite! So colorful
Your 2nd card is just as beautiful!
It is wonderful to see you this month. Your coloring and dimension is always so gorgeous! (I never knew what the fauna part meant, now I do tee hee thanks). I cant pick between striking black and beautiful colors! (((Hugs)))and 🙏🏻 my friend...💖 I also love your Facebook inspiration!ReplyDelete
Both of your projects are lovely, I especially like the dragonflies. I use heat embossing a lot tooReplyDelete
Beautiful CAS card, Bobbie Sue!! But the dragonfly card is so striking!! I love the black & white! Beautiful!ReplyDelete
Colored or just B&W, these are both so pretty. I love the elegance of the B&W.ReplyDelete
I love your stamped card using the hope and strength stamp set by Gracielle designs. Then again I happen to love dragonflies so this card made me smile. The black and white is amazing.ReplyDelete
Your cards are always so incredible!!! Both are stunning but that black and white one really shines!!!!!ReplyDelete
Gorgeous choice of colorsReplyDelete
Bobbie Sue, you amaze me with the completely different looks your two cards have this month. The first is so colorful and the 2nd is not, but both are so beautiful. Your creations are always so inspiring!ReplyDelete
Oooh, I love both of your cards. The butterfly moth is gorgeous, and the black and white dragonfly design is so striking.ReplyDelete
Pretty cards! I especially love the beautiful floral cluster design!ReplyDelete
These are beautiful Bobbie Sue, I love that you did not color the dragonflies. I love that look so much!ReplyDelete
Lovely cards and you are still the queen of spattering!!ReplyDelete
The soft yellow shading on the first one is really eye catching. I was reading up on trends in web design this week (for work) and would you believe that a gradient background is a web design trend this year? Who knew card making could align so much with tech?!ReplyDelete
Love your cards they are amazingReplyDelete
Both of these are beautiful, and I just love the splatters on your first card. It adds so much to your design.ReplyDelete
Both cards are gorgeous and I can't pick a favorite! I can't wait for my most recent Unity order to arrive...the Wonky Stripes background is among the stamps in my order! :)ReplyDelete
Beautiful colors and I like the embossing.ReplyDelete
Beautiful cards! Love your coloring on the first card!ReplyDelete
I love both cards. Such pretty colouring on the first card, and I love the way your background colouring makes the flowers pop up from the paper. Love those gorgeous dragonflies on vellum - beautiful!ReplyDelete
Gorgeous cards. Your coloring is amazing. Awesome black & white card too and that background is perfect. Thanks for the inspiration!ReplyDelete