Secondly, the supremely lovely colour combination at Colour Inkspiration, which I've been hoping to get to ever since the challenge opened almost a fortnight ago.
In this card, I've taken the change below the line in the sketch to be a change in texture, rather than a change in colour or pattern.
The bird is stacked on two other bird shaped to give him some depth and the branch on one. I've left the branch to hang over the frame a bit.
The sky background is sponged on watercolour paper and then it's been flicked with water to lift some of the colour. The sentiment is clear embossed over Sahara Sand ink.
I had been thinking of a baby girl card as I was making it but now I think it could also suit an engagement or even a wedding or anniversary. One thing I do know for sure is that I don't use Best Birds enough!
Update: Utterly, utterly delighted to be a winner at Global Design Project this week!
Further update: So very delighted to be in the Top 5 at Colour Inkspiration as well!
Card: Sahara Sand, Blushing Bride, watercolour paper
Stamps: Best Birds
Inks: Sahara Sand, Blushing Bride, Soft Sky, versamark
Other: Falling Petals embossing folder, Birds and Blooms framelits, Blushing Bride twine, Layered circles framelits, Stitched Shapes framelits, dimensionals, pearls, clear embossing powder, aquapainter.