… and my inspired by the cover card [I do love a stamp-free card!] for The Library Challenge #62 The Moon Spinners:
I, too, feel a little lost being separated from my friends, and loved ones.
Thanks for always knowing when to pick up the phone!
Thanks for stopping by - your kindness doesn't go unnoticed!
EBE Big City die
Distress oxide inks: Chipped Sapphire, Blueprint sketch, broken china, and stormy sky. -simply swiped, then blended with a TH blending tool
SSS Like You - thanks again, my friend
Oooh, you nailed this one on the head....love the moonlight colors you used! You captured that cover perfectly!
I agree 100% with LeAnne! Wouldn't you love to be on a little boat in those calm waters looking up at that big beautiful moon!
Brilliant take on the book cover, love how you have used those dies and created that great background xx
Perfect interpretation of the cover Michele and I too am enjoying my phone calls x.
Gorgeous card Michele and such a lovely sentiment inside and out!
This is amazing!! I LOVE your background that you created. STUNNING!!!
Be still my heart! This is fabulous! You sure know how to make a scene! :)
Great take and love the graduated and slightly distressed inking effects. Thanks for joining The Library.
Oh my, you've totally nailed the cover of this book with your stunning card Michele! I love the sentiment you added to the inside. You're so good with words and creating beautiful cards, my friend.
Awesome card, Michele. You captured the style and mood of the cover perfectly! I also love your sentiment. The background on the card looks simply wonderful. Thanks for sharing. The book looks intriguing. Are you supposed to read the book, too?
A totally perfect interpretation of the book cover Michele! I love silhouettes and yours are awesome against that pretty night sky! And the inside sentiment is perfect too! Lovely card my friend!! Hugs. :0)
This couldn't be more perfect.
Completely beautiful take on the cover, Michele!
A perfect take on this book cover, Michele! I love how the moon is rising behind the building and shows so brightly in the night sky!
You get a big fat "A" for ingenuity on this one...but what I love is the sentiment on the inside. It fits so perfectly with the outside one. Super awesome effort.
Moody blues scene - perfectly recreated and including wonderful sentiments. It's been decades since I've read a Mary Stewart mystery.
What a lovely scene, and your background is so spot on! Wow!
Couldn't be more perfect, Michele. You always have the perfect stamps/dies and sentiments to create the best challenge worthy cards.
First off that book looks like a great read by the pool. You got great inspiration from the cover Michele and your card looks amazing! I love the night sky, the silhouetted land and buildings and of course the big ole moon! Love it and love the sentiment. Come join me in the pool won't you?! Hugs, Brenda
Gorgeous take on the book cover, Michele! I love a stamp free design once in a while, and this one is just perfect!
I hope your holiday weekend is off to a great start...stay safe, my friend!!!
So atmospheric and so perfect for the challenge... You rock!
You are fantastic at this kind of challenges, Michele! I looked at the book cover and thought about how I do it before looking at your card. I was stuck in the nature silhouette... And I looked at your card. You used die-cut silhouettes of buildings (and sprinkled the windows on the sea)! I'm so impressed! I also love that you swiped the ink pads first instead of blending/sponging inks only.
What a perfect, beautifully detailed take on the book cover, Michele ... and such lovely words, both inside and out! Hugs, Anita :)
Oh I just LOVE this. What a fantastic take on the book cover, and your sentiment is wonderful.
Ohhhh, this is so beautiful! It reminds me of the city we got married in - Dubrovnik - which looks just like this when the old stone walls and sea reflect in the moonlight! Absolutely stunning!
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