Sunday, June 9, 2013

One Post Two Cards

After strolling my favorite blogs today I came across a post on Kristina Werner's blog. This is one of the blogs that I check everyday to see what wonderful things that she comes up with.
Kristina did a post last week called Copic Vellum Gradient. Where she used copics on vellum to get a gradient effect. I loved the idea and decided to try it myself.
Here are the two cards that I came up with.
The first one I did was with blue and yellow which combined in the middle to make a pretty green.  I stamped some flowers on the front. I then added the sentiment on some pretty yellow card stock.
I am putting this card in the CASE Study Challenge #144 and Fusion Card Challenge #10.
 Now here is the second card that I did today. I did the same color scheme that Kristina used on her card. I just love how the pink and blue come together and make a pretty purple. Then I embossed the wings from a Tim Holtz set in silver .  I embossed the background of the card in clear embossing powder just to give the card some more interest.
 I hope that you like both cards. Please leave a comment and let me know what you think.
Thank You!!!


  1. Stunning! The backgrounds you created are amazing - they make the images just pop off the page!

  2. You've done a fabulous job CASEing Kristina and of playing along in the Fusion challenge! Your ombre coloring is divine, Kim!!

  3. Fabulous job with the Fusion challenge, Kristina, lovely colouring and design.

  4. Kimberly, both cards are so pretty! Well done on the Case Study...thank you for joining us...~S~

  5. Both cards are so pretty. Thanks for joining us this week at Fusion.