Thursday, August 12, 2010

Mo's Callenge # 44

A Color Inspiration





Aren't these colors wonderful?! Peggy has chosen this photo to inspire us this week. Just looking at these colors makes me happy! 
I made two cards for this week's challenge using two different color combinations from the photo.




The first merges two of Mo's wonderful images, the straight-haired version of "To the Beach" and "Jeffy in July".  I knew as soon as I saw them that they'd go together well, but several others had the same idea and beat me to it!
I used mostly yellow and orange on this, real hot summer colors, perfect for a beach scene.
The brown panels are  pieces of cardboard that I colored with Copics.

Images: "To the Beach" and "Jeffy in July" from Mo's Digital Pencil

Tools: Copics, Prismacolor pencils, Flower punch

Papers: SU! Only Orange, Green Galore, and Yo-yo Yellow, PTI white, K & Company Citronella collection DP, Corrugated cardboard,

Embellishments: Real sea shells, Plastic shells, Silk flower petals, Brads


Pretty in Pink



Just pinks and greens for this one, a combination I'm particularly fond of!
Don't you just love Bella and Bronte? This image cracks me up. I love her 'not so tight' tights!


Image: "Bella Carrying the Cake" from Mo's Digital Pencil, Digital sentiment from TLC

Tools: Copics, Prismacolor pencils, Mounting tape, Glue Dots, Martha Stewart Leaf punch.

Papers: SU! Green Galore, Gable Green, Melon Mambo, PTI white, Basic Grey Green at Heart DP

Embellishments: Satin ribbon, Heart charms, Hand made spiral roses

So, use one (or more!) of Mo's images and any of the colors from Peggy's inspiration photo in your creation and enter Mo's Challenge for a chance to win a free image.

2 comments:

Cathy said...

Elaine, love your cards, great job of merging the To The Beach scene and love the colors you used, BUT, I really love your second card with Bella and the Birthday Cake, WOW I had to put on my shades to comment LOL Beautiful as always.!!! I'm going to have to try your pretty spiral flowers :)

Sue said...

Elaine, your cards are both gorgeous! You always go the extra mile and it shows in your work. Beautiful!