Thursday, August 13, 2015

MFT Summer School is in Session!!




Hello friends!

Welcome to another day of summer school with My Favorite Things! I'm over at the MFT blog today with another session of summer school! This time I will be explaining the concept of color saturation with two cards and step by step instructions on how I put them together!



My first card features highly saturated colors.


And my second card features unsaturated colors.

Now are you ready for some summer school fun?  Join us on the MFT Blog for daily challenges you can play along with, lots of inspiration from our designers, and chances to win some fabulous prizes!!

See you in class!

Kay :)








12 comments:

  1. I just adore your style Kay. :D

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  2. Absolutely GORGEOUS cards, Kay! I love them both but as you can guess I'm definitely partial to the saturated colors :)

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  3. There's a whole lot of prettiness going on here today Kay!! Love the design of your fresh bright first card. The second with the soft stamping is splendid too!!

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  4. You inspire me so much with your gorgeous cards, Kay! I love how you play with color, whether it's saturated or unsaturated! Your flowers and patterned papers are just beautiful, too! Off to check out the MFT blog ~ Hugs!

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  5. Both cards are amazing! Love the way you showcased both color schemes!

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  6. Such pretty eye candy here, Kay! I am drawn toward the bright and vibrant saturated colors initially, but then I see the absolutely gorgeous flower bouquet you created on the unsaturated color card and I just want to smell 'em! They look like they would smell amazing! :) Silly I know, but true. But I tend to become giddy when I see your cards. They are just amazing in every way. Thank you so much for sharing. Big hugs!!

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  7. oh so pretty!love your creations :)

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  8. Love these! The stripes on the saturated card are awesome!!

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  9. Both so pretty. Looking forward to being aware of this concept.

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  10. Whether saturated or unsaturated, your cards are both stunning and unique! Thank you for teaching us this concept...now, I wonder how well 'this' student will translate her new learning into something that actually works! Practice, practice! You are just so amazingly inspiring...
    Hugs~c

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