Tuesday, 6 December 2016

MHK Designs - Pretty Petunias


     Welcome to the first new release for December from MHK Designs, we have another four to show you this week. This floral set is called Pretty Petunias, it has two blooms and five sentiments making it a very useful addition to your collection.
     For my card I opted to keep it simple with a bold design and large sentiment. The flowers were coloured using my photo package, then enlarged and overlaid. The sentiment was also overlaid and made large, this means the whole image panel was printed as one layer keeping it flat and perfect for standard UK postage.
     With the ability to manipulate digi images within a photo package it increases their versatility making them a very worthwhile purchase, gone are the days of just print and colour in.
     If you like flowers then pop back tomorrow for the next new release, I'm sure you'll love it, plus a project that's something other than a card.


Pretty Petunias


I would like to enter this card in the following challenge:
Allsorts - CAS


7 comments:

  1. A lovely card for our CAS theme at Allsorts this week and such striking colours, many thanks for joining in.

    I have a Tattered Lace Crossover machine to be won If you would like to join in here 

    B x

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  2. Wow....love that bold & beautiful effect....would have never thought of that...TFS :) Hugs...Janie

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  3. Thanks for keeping it clean and simple at our allsorts challenge this week Tracy x

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  4. WOW!!! That makes an impact!!! Sooooo awesome.
    <3 J

    jwoolbright at gmail dot com
    HerPeacefulGarden.blogspot.com

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  5. Such a cool idea, Rocky! I LOVE the layering and monochromatic purple! Fabulous CAS card, friend! Thanks so much for all your hard work for this month's release at MHKDesigns! Sending HUGS! :) Mynn xx

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  6. Oh my goodness! I love how you used this larger size of the image. Nifty. Now what photo editing program are you using? I need to give this idea of coloring in the computer a try! kren dot kurts at gmail dot com

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