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Hi!  Feels like a while since I made anything.  I've been taking a break from crafting and went on a field trip with my son and his class.  I even got my haircut and did a bit of window shopping yesterday at the mall.  I finally finished up a card last night for Tiddly Inks photo inspiration challenge (with a subtle 2).  You can click on the link to see the photo.  Rainbow colors!  That's what I went with.

I chose Heartfelt Love cause I love Wryn and those hanging hearts!  Colored the hearts in rainbow colors and yes, I have to admit I forgot about the subtle 2 part til the end and thought darn it, what about subtle 3?  Like 3 hearts and 3 rhinestones?  Okay, so I had just tied the twine on so I just looped it around again for the 2.  And there are also the 2 rows of polka dots around the image.  I also rounded the bottom corners of this card.

I knew I wanted to color the hearts all rainbow-y so I started looking for a sentiment or a quote about rainbows and hearts and found the one above that I printed out too.  There is a second line to the quote as well -- You know you're a part of that colorful, magical, feeling you'll find, when you have a rainbow inside.  But I opted to leave that part out cause I didn't quite get it.  Anyway, it was an anonymous quote that I thought fit in nicely with the image.  The quote can be found HERE.

This was a nice and simple card for me.  Kind of relaxing to just color, add a few embellishments and be done.  Thanks for reading!

Comments

Awesome Eva - love the colors of the rainbow... What a pretty card...And thanks for the link of the sentiment... This will come in handy....
Have a crafty weekend...
Rachel Parys said…
Awwww..so adorable! We all need a little break now and then! I went to the movies today with my buddy.

Fun pastel rainbow colors! I forgot all about the 2, too! Love the bling at the top of the string on the hearts, cute touch!
Leanne said…
Yes, it's definitely nice to take a break and enjoy the outdoors. Glad you had fun with your son and his class. :)
Aw, this is really adorable Eva. The colors are perfect for the challenge and your subtle 2's are terrific, thanks for pointing them out. ;) Love the fun paper you chose and the quote is perfect!
Happy Friday!
;)
This is so gorgeous Eva! I love the rainbows and your sentiment :) hehe love how you worked in the subtle 'two'. Glad you had a fun day out :)
Cheryl said…
So pretty! Love all the colors, even down to her rainbow shirt! Don't the weeks go by so fast?!
Lorraine said…
Glad you had fun outside! The weather's been better, huh? I love your colorful card and your coloring of that sweet image! Also loved how you colored the hearts!
Loopylou. said…
Oh Eva!! my oh my Oh Eva!!!!!
this card is just super stunning hun and I love how you rainbowed up her hearts too!!
thank you so much for popping in and sharing it with us over on the Tiddly inks challenge blog
hugs Lou xx
Amanda R said…
Very pretty and I love your use of the rainbow colors for the challenge, wonderful coloring too! Thanks for playing along with us at Tiddly Inks!
Arabella said…
Beautiful Eva! I love how you have rainbow coloured the hearts and that sentiment is perfection!

Arabella

PS Thanks so much for playing along with us at Tiddly Inks!
RiNNE said…
I always liked seeing how each person colors this image differently. the rainbows are genius!
Larissa said…
Really sweet card! The design papers are so adorable and I love how you coloured the image. Thanks for joining us at the Tiddly Inks challenge.

Hugs,
Larissa
Lou Mac said…
Ohhh my goodness. Just adorable. LOVE that sentiment, and the way you've coloured those hearts is genius!!

Thanks for joining us over at Tiddly Inks for our 'Photo Inspiration' challenge. Good luck.

xo, Lou Mac.
Pop's Cards said…
Morning sweetie this is amazing,t hank you for joining us at Tiddly inks this time, huggles Pops x x x
ccroll said…
Absolutely amazing! :)

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