Heather's Sky's the Limit Challenge produced such a great diversity of cards...both in theme and style! I love that so many took the challenge and made it their own with such great-looking cards and just one layer. So much creativity! Many thanks to everyone who participated.
We've chosen some details that really caught our attention - we love the little details that make each card special!
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Mac Mable combined crisp line stamping with a soft Brusho background for a lovely design anchored in a strong red focal point...and she finished the card with creative sentiment placement that works so well with the theme of the card.
Eun Ji Jung designed a sweet, soft "tea in the sky" card that uses layering of images, shading, and coloring to create amazing dimension and softness. I also like how she took tea to a whole new level that evokes nursery and dreams when combined with clouds and stars.
Karen Haman masked and used an embossing resist technique to create a soft constellation card that's out of this world! I particularly love the "ragged left edge" of her coloring that adds so much interest to the design. And all that white space makes me happy, too!
Gail Townsend created such a fun card. Love the few clouds she sponged into the background. This would make such a super card for a guy.
Lindsey's snow card is so pretty with a bit of sparkle from using a Stella Wink pen. I love the purity of this card and the way she coloured the snowflakes.
Shirley Bampton's butterfly card just has such a happy and uplifting feel. Love the way those whimsical butterflies are watercoloured.
I love how Jen's use of the upper portion of her card implies upward motion - very clever!
Lindsey's layered stamping adds depth and interest to her pretty snowflakes!
Foleysfriend's dramatic Northern Lights sky is allowed to be the focal point, by limiting the stamping.