We were challenged to use opposite colors on the color wheel.
After a few failed attempts with violet & lime and purple & yellow, I grabbed Festive Berries and Peeled Paint Distress Markers. I used these to color the Rubbernecker Sketch Poppies that were still on my desk from making this card. I colored the flowers with the red and the stems and leaves with the green and stamped onto a card base. I then used the red marker to color the solid inside flower images, stamped off twice and then stamped over the poppy outlines. I really like how they do not match up perfectly.
The sentiment is from a new stamp set that I purchased from the latest release from WPlus9 - Love Mom. It's a great 3"x4" set containing a lovely script 3 piece sentiment, several smaller sentiments and small stitched images. I used part of the script sentiment and a small one colored with the red marker on my card.
That's it - a one layer card. One piece of card stock and some ink. Surprisingly, I like it. Since I started doing several CAS challenges to stretch out of my comfort zone (lots of layers, ribbons, embellies, bits & bobs), I am finding I like making CAS cards. Usually, I don't end up tossing as many attempts as I did today.
I am also entering this into the One-Layer Simplicity Challenge #16 - Blossom.
Thanks for looking. Wishing you a wonderful rest of the week. Enjoy!