Neon Flowers

The challenge at the Mod Squad is to use neon colors. Just Us Girls has a word challenge this week – HEAL. This card should brighten someone’s day and help them heal. The flowers and stems are from Gina K Designs recent kit “A Big Hello” stamped in Hero Arts Neon Pink and Neon Green. The sentiment is from “Stippled Flowers” also by Gina K Designs. I swiped the Neon Pink around the edge of piece of white CS to create a mat, the used a Key Lime card base, which was the brightest green I could find.

19 thoughts on “Neon Flowers

  1. Lots great! Lots of neon. I like that sentiment. That is probably one of my favorite sets with the stippled flowers and year long sentiments.

    1. Thanks Bonnie. I do like that combo and this is the first time to use it in neons. It’s bright but I like it.

  2. Judy, what a great neon healing card! Isn’t it funny how the key lime looks so bright, until you put it up next to neon colors. I love how our minds work to change things in comparison to others. This is a great card.

    1. Thanks Golda. After I had the card all put together I found some brighter green card stock and some really neon pink cardstock that would have worked, but that might have been too bright.

  3. Well if this doesn’t help send healing thoughts I don’t know what would. It is really pretty and although I’m not a fan of neon what you have done sure works well. Lime green and neon pink look good together who would have thought they would.

    1. Thanks Johanna. I was kind of pleased at how this came together finally – it was my third attempt.

  4. What a lovely card! Love those neon inks! They will brighten anyone’s day for sure! Thanks for playing with Just Us Girls!

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