Just saying hello

Well, the Seattle weather has returned.  This morning is rainy + gloomy.  That’s okay, it’s better than the heat wave we had been experiencing.  I whipped this card up this morning.  I’m taking a break from DT assignments to play!
When I saw today’s Inspired by..All The Little Things challenge, I knew that I had to play along.  It’s funny because it wasn’t just the hydrangeas that got me, but the pretty purples and greens.  

You all know how much I adore green but I’ve been slowly gravitating to purples…key word is slowly.

It seems like forever since I’ve played along with CAS(E) this sketch but I loosely used this week’s challenge:

I couldn’t resist using the Essentials by Ellen, Mondo Hydrangea so I’m also linking up to the Mix It Up Challenge.
I love the Mix It Up Challenge…they combine forces with another manufacturer and this time it is Technique Tuesday!  I used the Say It – Hello set by  Technique Tuesday.

Whew, love it when I can capture a couple different challenges to check off of my to-do list!  Hope everyone is enjoying their weekend.  Any big plans?  We’re celebrating a birthday tonight…a friend that I’ve known since 7th grade..whoa.  Birthday girl picked a hip Middle Eastern restaurant in Seattle and I’m picking up a gluten free cake for the birthday girl and a regular cake for those of us that want a gluten full dessert –> that’s me.


20 thoughts on “Just saying hello”

  1. Really pretty Amy! That is the weather I woke up to but also cold. This afternoon it is sunny and warm though!

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  2. Beautious Amy! I love hydrangeas, they are my fav! I love all your signature greens, lol but I guess you have to use some pinks and purples for flowers. Thanks for sharing and inspiring.

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  3. Soooo beautiful!! My husband has celiac so he has to eat gluten free also… my brother always says… I'd like extra gluten in my meal please…lol! He's so empathetic…lol… love this design and love the colors…

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  4. Hi Amy! Saw this on Instagram so popped over here. I have no idea how you achieved the crisp outline on the petals!!! Any tip for us? Many thanks!

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  5. This is so pretty!! I love the color you chose to use for the hydrangea. I think I am going to have to break down and order that stamp!!

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  6. Wooohooo, thank you for visiting and explaining how you did this. Yes, I think I "get it!" Man oh man, I wanna try it now. Much love to you Amy ♥

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  7. Gorgeous! Love your take on the inspiration photo! Thanks so much for playing along with us at Inspired By All the Little Things!

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