Here's my version of her Country Garden. I changed colors, stamp sets, used a butterfly instead of a sentiment, and added a stained glass embossed background. This card was also made as a part of Kim Hughes' Ink Up with Color challenge from yesterday where you can only use color in your design (no black, white, brown, etc.) and Dawn Mercedes' Free for All challenge to be inspired by the sun. All of these challenges are on Splitcoaststampers. I colored the Rubbernecker Buds with Stampin' Up markers (Summer Sun, Cherry Cobbler, Old Olive, Close to Cocoa) and then misted them with water before stamping onto the cardstock. I colored the butterfly with various markers, stamped twice, and cut out the second one so I could fold up its wings. The panels are popped up on dimensionals.
Stamps: Bud Set (#505) by Rubbernecker
Cardstock: White, Cherry Cobbler
Ink: done with markers using Cherry Cobbler, Summer Sun, Pumpkin Pie, Old Olive, Close to Cocoa
Accessories: SU markers, corner rounder, SU designer buttons, stained glass embossing folder, dimensionals
The following card is my version of her Delicious Colors card. I love how Karen created her cute pinwheel by cutting four squares, cutting them in half, and then rounding off the indicated corners. I changed papers, colors, and added cross diagonal scoring with my MS scoring board in the background. I used this delightfully fun birthday designer paper and teal button by American Crafts. I colored my linen thread with orange using a Copic marker for the button center. I love how fast this came together!!
Cardstock: Not Quite Navy, White, American Crafts dp
Accessories: button, linen thread, corner rounder, Martha Stewart Score Board, dimensionals