Saturday, February 11, 2012

Best Wishes

I think citrus orange was my favorite color in 2011, and I still love it a lot!  I colored in these flowers with a light creamy orange marker:

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What's my new favorite color for 2012, oh, I don't know, how about buttery yellow?  Mmmm!

Enjoy the card!

14 comments:

Barb said...

Gorgeous card, Tiff! The flowers look so pretty in that light orange color, and I love the way you used the negative die! :)

Virginia L. said...

LOVE LOVE how you frame the flowers!! Absolutely gorgeous!! I think I love citrus orange, too!!

Lou said...

Yes this is a wonderful color, so warm and feels like u r like in this garden w/just the rught amount
of heat, before it gets hot!The lay-out is the best, I Luv that the
whole card is design w/the color as the main event, and all the other stuff follows> Nice. How about the inside, what does "it" look like. I've often wondered???
any way we could get a clue sometimes

Tina said...

What a sweet perfection. I love those colors only on your cards...I find them so hard to use.

Dawn said...

just seen this over at Flickr. It is just so beautiful. Love that soft orange colour.

Agata said...

Both of those colors are so beautiful! One thing is sure, scrapbooking taught me to like some colors I haven't even noticed before! Gorgeous card!

AnitaRex said...

So pretty! I love how you layered the flowers together! :> I like playing with orange too! Love the frame and the matching pearls!

Lin said...

Yes, I vote for yellow, too! Love these orange sherbet ones, though.

Simone said...

This is soo pretty. Love those colours together and the cut out is such a cute technique!

Suzanne C said...

Beautiful elegant window card. Lovely flowers!

Brenda said...

A totally beautiful creation Tiffany! I think I vote for yellow!

Sue McRae said...

The cut-out is such an elegant pairing with those flowers!

sheila said...

wow Tiffany-what an elegant card. And I love how random but perfect your pearl placement is. Such a perfect little card!

Elizabeth Allan said...

Beautifully designed. The flowers are gorgeous against the die-cut window.