You've Been Spotted - March 6, 2018
Each week we see fantastic projects featuring My Favorite Things product, and we're always so thrilled to see what our customers and followers are creating!
Today, we'd like to shine the spotlight on some awesome projects that have caught our attention in another edition of You've Been Spotted.
If you see your project featured, feel free to post this image on your blog and link to this post to show the world that you were spotted by My Favorite Things!
Using sentiment stamps to create a tone-on-tone stamped background is a great way to add a design element to a card while getting your message across. We love the repeated pattern that Amy created with her main sentiment and the colorful stamped panel she added on top.
We love colorful birthday cards, and this one by Zelkja is no exception. She added gorgeous color to the string of balloons and layered her main image onto a beautifully inked purple background - the added dot pattern on her card base ties in all of the colors and perfectly complements her design.
A bold greeting works great as a design element and provides the perfect resting spot for Marine's adorable leopard image. The added foliage detail on the large letters enhances the outdoor jungle feel and looks like an extension of the main image.
We adore Julie's soft, serene scene featuring the Splendid Swans stamp set. Gorgeous pink coloring on the swans is unexpected but really works on her design.
Nina created a pretty cool scene with the Penguins in Paradise stamp set. We love the tiny birds in the sky and the transition from the sandy beach to the cool water to the spectacular sky. The brightly colored images really pop against the gorgeous landscape she created.
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Which design is your favorite this week? Be sure to leave these talented folks some love. And who knows? You might be spotted sometime soon!
So exited to see my card here, thank you so much!ReplyDelete
Wow thank you so much for featuring my card among such beautiful projects! :DReplyDelete