Thursday, May 23, 2013

scrumble: verb

to make (as color or a painting) less brilliant by covering with a thin coat of opaque or semiopaque color applied with a nearly dry brush
 to apply (a color) in this manner
 to soften the lines or colors of (a drawing) by rubbing lightly


Little Yellow Bicycle Spring/Summer Color Challenge
Use this color range (orange, navy, light blue, green, and brown) 
No scumbling here folks, I love the bright vernal colors from LYB!

Little Bicycle products:
frame, dotted cloud chipboard - Just Because
fox, small blue cloud, sentiment chipboard, pattern paper - Fern & Forest Boy
green paper - Acorn Hollow

OK, it's a shame that you cannot order individual pieces, because I would order the heck out of the little fox, isn't he cute? 
I needed a navy color so I "painted" the inside of the photo frame with a distress stain.

Ranger - distress marker, distress stain
Martha Stewart - fringe scissors
Eyelet Outlet - butterfly brad

I did add one other product to the card that wasn't LYB, but gosh, that tiny butterfly is just perfect there, don't you think?

I made it to the top 3 finalists for designing a wooden book for Genuinely Jane Studios, would be honored if you would go visit there and cast your vote for me...( I designed the camera. )


Roudi said...

Love that card! The little foxie fox is the cutest thing ever!
Well done. :)


Jean said...

You are really creating with LYB!! Very cute!

Mary Pat Siehl said...

this card is just way too adorable- love it!!

yes, i dropped by and voted!!!! good luck!

Rita said...

Voted for you. :)
That fox really is cute.

Teresa Jaye said...

oh, this is adorable! great use of the products. I voted for you at GJS!

MaryH said...

Stunning colors, and I love Mr. Fox! Great job. TFS

Pam said...

Hi Sandee! Love this, The dimension and colors are great!
I voted for you.

Katie said...

Oh my goodness - the dimension, the polaroid frame, the colors! This is just fabulous!!! Great job :)

Carole said...

Lovely card like the layers x

Bobby said...

I voted, Sandee, but where do I see the book?