Tuesday, September 4, 2012

Timeless Tuesday..make it small

Well today at TT over at Flourishes Broni is asking us to make a card that is 4x3. Tiny wheenie
yellow polka dot bikini...yep that's pretty small. So I took the humming bird set and created this small little card. I can't decide if I like the flower in the mono effect or with it being pink.What's your opinion? In either case there's no coloring as I used shadow inks which create a very soft card. Easy peasy and I'm done.
 Want to see my flower box flowers?? Of course you do so here they are. They will probably keep blooming until November if the weather stays hot. They are so lovely.

Deep purple ...sun cut the color somewhat but they are very deep purple. 
The trailing flowers are lavender...I think it's called bocupa or something like that.
Have a good week fellow bloggers. I'm excited as my son & his wife are arriving on Thursday for a visit. Haven't seen them in a year...Wahoo ..can't wait till Thursday.


Anonymous said...

I'm voicing my opinion....I prefer
the monochromatic card, for an
overall softer look. And, I think
the flowers that your are referring
to are "bacopa". Your window boxes
look lovely. We have petunias in
a basket on our fence and they are
just blooming their little hearts
out. Enjoy your flowers!

Sherry in MI

Glenda said...

I love both cards, but I think I like the monochromatic one best. Love the pictures of your windowbox; gorgeous and also the flowers around your lamp post! Very pretty girl. Enjoy your visit with your son!

Broni said...

Love that you made 2 spotlight mini-cards! I think I'll agree with Glenda and choose the mono-chromatic card! Your flowers are gorgeous!!

Denise Marzec said...

Oh how cute. I LOVE the spotlight design!!

rubberreclaim4 said...

It is one of the great post.It looks cute,stylist,gorgeous,lovely and Fantastic!!!.the flowers are so beautiful.Thanks.

Cindy Haffner said...


denise g. said...

While lovely, these are not you, colorful lady. There's no zing and pop. I hope you saved it all up and turned it looses on your "visitors". Your home looks so beautiful and welcoming. Thanks for sharing.

Anne-Elise said...

Lovely mini cards, Pat! Beautiful work and so are your flowers!