Thursday, November 5, 2009

Divine Diva Inspiration Challenge #15






The DDIC today comes from this image ..... Pacifica Garden Gift Set. I thought this set was very pretty, with the gold and purple. Then I realized there was more pink, with some yellow and blue. This threw me for a loop. I had the hardest time making a decision. Would I go with the shape? Could I possibly get all the colors in?




So here's what I did. I made two cards. I thought I would pick the one I liked better, and upload it, and say, THERE! The problem was, they were so different I couldn't make a decision.
One uses the shape and combines the colors in a similar pattern. The other uses the theme of Pacific, which means peaceful and serene. So the upshot is, two postings. I couldn't decide. I guess it's up to you.
Please check out the rest of the team. Their blogs are in the left hand panel and you can highlight their names. If you join us in this challenge and upload to SCS, please put DDIC in your keywords.

7 comments:

  1. These are both so beautiful Anne!! I love the shape and patterned dp on the one card and the sunset scene on the other. Awesome takes on the Inspiration my friend!!

    ~Chris

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  2. They are both beautiful, Anne!!! I love the beachy one with that gorgeous sky, and the second one with that fabulous background you created and those flowers! Awesome!!!

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  3. Me likey the inspiration, maybe I can get a chance to play today.
    I love both of your cards, Anne. I love that Print pattern stamp and keep forgetting I have it and just how versatile it is.
    Beautiful work, as always!!

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  4. Both inspired cards are very pretty Anne! I love the flowers stamped inside the argyle bg and your pastel sky invites me to the beach breezes!!

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  5. Wow, Anne, these are both gorgeous. I don't think I could pick a favorite, either! The beach scene is so peaceful (wouldn't mind being there right now!) and I love the patterns, colors, and layout of the other card. Lovely work!

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  6. They are both wonderful, Anne! The colors vs pattern gave me fits, too. You worked it out beautifully! Love the peaceful scene and I love all the color and pattern on the second one. Great job!

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  7. These are both beautiful, Anne...I love that you did a "less literal" interpretation!

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Thanks for your comments. I read and enjoy them ALL!