Hope you had a wonderful 4th of July! Got to sneak some time in to complete this color challenge.
And boy was it a challenge! I love the bright pink and red together, but that green was just throwing me off! So after a few false starts, here is what I came up with:
Again, I went to Tiny Bird! He gets tons of ink around here!
Stamps: Amuse: bird, birdbath and grass, Hero Arts: tulip and flower, Papertrey Ink: sentiment, Autumn Leaves: flourish
Paper: Papertrey Ink and Making Memories
Ink: Palette, VersaMark
Copic Markers and Gelly Roll pens
Have a wonderful night!
Back again! This time for Dawn’s Challenge for this week.
I love berry sorbet with the chocolate, but struggled with using the melon color. As you can tell, I used such a small amount! But I liked the way this card turned out. Loving the flourishes!
Cardstock, Ink, Stamps: PTI
I’m in the process of finishing some stuff up for my sister’s Disney trip. Lots of cute goodies! Have to remember to take photo’s!!
Have a good one!
This color challenge came at the perfect time! I needed to make a card for a friend’s wedding and would you believe her color is green! So this card will be headed to her!
My take on this challenge:
The fluer-de-lis is a solid stamp, but I stamped it lightly on a textured paper to get that effect. Love the distressed paper edges lately too!
I did not add a sentiment to the out side of the card, instead it is on the inside as a congratulations for a wedding. The wedding is in July and she picked these dresses for the bridesmaids from JCrew:
So how perfect is this card!! And now it is done! Thanks Dawn!
Stamps: Inkadoo, Papertrey Ink
Ink: Momento Bamboo Leaves and Tuxedo Black, Versa Mark
Paper: Bazzill, Paper Studio
Ribbon: Michael’s, Bazzill Basics
I want that chair!! My home is not done in those girlie colors, but I can dream!
Well there must be baby on the mind here, because when I saw this color combo I thought it would make a sweet baby girl card. Soooo, I was at Hobby Lobby and passed by the clearance section to find this little rocking horse stamp, and it was only $2.00! So I brought her home and started my card for this challenge. Now I wanted details, so I got details. Why I ever thought it would be a good idea to thread those *tiny* brown buttons with linen thread is beyond me. But once i got the thought in my head there was no turning back! It took awhile, but I like the small detail!
Note card from Amuse; ribbon from American Crafts; sentiment from Doodlebug Design; main image from Stampabilities: Rocking Horse; Flower stamp on saddle and background from Hero Arts; Linen Thread from Stampin Up; Button and Ink from PTI; rick rac and yarn from my stash; 3D Crystal Lacquer on the eyes colored brown with my Copic E25.
I can’t wait to see what you come up with!
These colors Dawn has as her #7 challenge are just beautiful!
When I saw these, an idea came into my head for this card. I like the way it turned out, but I have decided I NEED a sewing machine! Love the look of a stitched card, but making the faux needle holes took some time. FYI, the PTI card stock does distress very nicely! Also, very rare for me to not use ribbon on a card!
cardstock and main image are PTI; sentiment from Amuse; linen thread and punch from Stampin Up; button from Autumn Leaves; ink is Versa Mark.
Thanks for stopping by! Have a good one!
Glad this one hit near a weekend! I finally put my Guide Lines Two set into ink. ****Love it****, left it on my craft table to play with a little more this afternoon! This card is busy, but I loved the fun color combo. The pattern reminded me of an iron gate we ran across while visiting Charleston
All paper and ink are Papertrey Ink; Stamps: Guide Lines Two and Simply Stationary from Papertrey, Polka Dot stamp from SU; small tag punch is Martha Stewart; ribbon from Offrey
Have a wonderful day!