The next card is for this month's Altenew inspiration challenge. I wasn't going to enter anything as I couldn't figure out what the colors were, but decided to make something since I could use the sketch. I stamped the Color A Flower Hydrangea with VersaFine CLAIR Nocturne on watercolor paper, let it dry and then colored the image with Ranger distress inks in Bundled Sage and Chipped Sapphire. I trimmed down the panel, added some score lines to mimic the sketch and adhered it to a light sandy colored cardstock base. The sentiment is from the Altenew Label Love set, stamped three times with VersaFine CLAIR Morning Mist, trimmed out and popped up on the image to mimic the square element in the sketch. I did manage to get gray in to my color scheme dispite not really know what the colors to be used were! Think I will add this one to the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday challenge of anything goes.
The final card is for the MFT sketch challenge. I had previously made a card using the gorgeous Floral Focus image, but had only used part of it because it is easy to cut the piece into two separate pieces. I'm using the piece that I did not use on today's card. I colored the image with Copic markers in shades of violet and green. I die cut the banner using a MFT fishtail flag stax die and stamped the sentiment from another MFT floral set on the banner with VersaFine CLAIR Nocturne ink. I adhered the image to the banner using glue. The strips were cut from purple cardstock and for some reason I used the wrong purple! I had another purple out that went with the colors better, but put it back instead of the one I used. I adhered the strips and then attached the banner using foam tape and glue dots. The panel was then adhered to a white cardstock base. A nice clean and simple take on the sketch!