Fabulous Flamingo times two!

My first play with some Reverse Confetti products and they are sooo much fun.  I was asked to create two cards for the Australian Cardmaking, Stamping & Papercraft magazine for their Stamper’s Challenge and here is what I came up with.  My fave would of course have to be the pink and orange card…  definitely one of my ‘go to’  colour combo’s at the moment.

Different - Detail
Different – Detail
Different
Different
Happy Bird-day - Detail
Happy Bird-day – Detail
Happy Bird-day
Happy Bird-day

I’ll be back with another TAWS video on Sunday, look forward to seeing you then!

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Other Supplies:  Pretty Pink Posh sequins – Sweetheart Mix / Blush Pink / Sparkling Clear.

16 thoughts on “Fabulous Flamingo times two!

  1. Therese love the cards, can understand your favourite, pink and orange. Using the negative and adding in the wings, it looks brilliant. At first look I was looking and thinking how did you get the puffy look, its the illusion caused when you took the photo, just perfect.

  2. Both gorgeous! Wowzers on the pink and orange!! That packs a real punch lol. Can see you had fun with these 🙂

  3. Two incredible cards, Therese. The watercoloring on the first is amazing, and I love all the layered panels. And that pink and orange….wowzers! Love how the black sentiment panel pops against those vibrant colors. Seriously amazing cards. Have a great weekend.

  4. Beautiful water coloring on your first card, and I love your design on the 2nd one! Gorgeous color combo, too…I can see why you’re stuck on it right now 🙂
    Congrats on your publication, Therese!

  5. Ooooh, pink and orange totally rocks!! I’ve never used that combo but after seeing this I’m itching to try it out. Just love those flamingo’s, its an awesome card. And your water colour card is heavenly with all its floaty layers.

  6. Flamingos are really hot right now – and they certainly look fab in the bold orange and pink card! I saw some real life flamingos for the first time this year – and they truly are amazing and bright creatures!

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