Monday, June 16, 2014

Cutie Bug is Sad

Today is digi release day at Fresh Brewed Designs and I know you're gonna love these cuties. We have a whole new line-up of Cutie Bugs to share with you.

Here's my card, clean and VERY simple, using the sweet Cutie Bug is Sad image. He's so sad...and that's why I made him blue. This will go in my stash meant for OWH...if I ever get myself together to get a box mailed off to them. As for my background, I started off flicking Hero Arts white ink dauber with a paint brush. As luck would have it, I dropped the brush onto my card and a blob was created! To keep that blob from looking too lonely, I added a few more, on purpose this time. I prefer the flecks of ink but didn't want to waste my card base.

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Desire Fourie said...

This is so cute and I love the vibrant blues. Shame he really looks lost.
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Heather D. ~ Fresh Brewed Designs said...

This is just so precious! I love how you used our sad little cutie bug for an OWH creation. That touched my heart. I can also see him being used for an 'I'm Sorry' or 'I forgot' card. LOVE the beautiful blue you colored him with and I LOVE that white splatter!!!! GORGEOUS!!!

Sending many smiles,

Darlene said...

This poor little guy sure looks SAD! Great recovery on the background technique! LOL! Looks fantastic and I'm sure will be very appreciated! Great job!

Beth Brovold said...

Awe...I just want to hand him a tissue!!! I LOVE this Linda and the sentiment is so perfect!!

Glenda Atkins said...

He does look sad doesn't he and yes the blue suits him! Delightful card, love it!

Sally Dube said...

Gorgeous Linda - Love the dark background... I never think to use darker colors but these papers are setting off that "sad" Cutie Bug wonderfully!! He just PoPs!!
Blessings & Hugs!!

Edwina said...

Linda, This cute bug won my heart when I saw him. He looks so lonely and sad. You made an adorable card with him. Thanks for sharing. Edwina Brown