Monday, February 18, 2008

I Need Your Help!


What does this card need? I was thinking of putting something white on the bottom middle/right? Does it need anything or should I just leave my hands off of it?
It just feels like there is something missing.
Its hard to tell as the base card is Whisper White card stock. I then layered Sofst Sky then Designer Series paper. I placed the White taffeta ribbon around the card then added the sentiment stamped in Soft Sky onto Whisper White then punched out with the scallop punch. This was layered onto soft sky then whisper white. Does it need anything else????? Thanks for your help. Paula.

13 comments:

Jana Weaver said...

Some large white brads or buttons on the bottom right might balance it out quite well. LOVE the dp you used...beautiful!

Heather said...

I think you need to pop your focal point a bit- maybe a very thin border of dark gray under the scalloped white circle? I love the DP and your layout.

Denise... said...

I was thinking of three little clear dew drops at the bottom and to the right. It's a beautiful card.

Jackie said...

I agree with the others - 3 somethingorothers in the bottom right corner would balance it out well.

Tracy.H said...

This is beautiful. I agree...maybe some buttons or brads on the bottom right hand corner would finish it off nicely. :0)

Kristin Moore said...

I like it how it is Paula, but if you do something that has been suggested in the bottom right corner that would be nice too.

Anneke said...

i like this card and i find it nice the way he is

Kimberly said...

I think it needs a pop of color. Maybe a black ribbon and some black brads.

Tracy said...

Yep use the rule of 3 on the bottom right and you are set. It's really a stunning card...nice job!

Tip Junkie said...

I just found your blog and all the cards here are amazing and so beautiful!

bettybetty said...

how about a word window with a sentiment, like you said white could be good...

cpeep said...

Two things: my eye went to the ribbon first, and I think it should go to the sentiment...and it needs some contrast. The two colors are pretty enough but a little on the bland side. I like Heather's idea of a dark or contrasting something emphasising the circle. That would solve both issues.

Carol
Extreme Cards and Papercrafting

NormaJ said...

I agree with the others, a few
dew drops in the corner still using
the overall softness of the card.
But no harsh colours. I like the
button idea too.