The colors this week are turquoise, vanilla, limeaide, and cherry cobbler. I used a PSX stamp - poinsettia. I cut it out and colored it with the markers of color. I embossed some vanilla with the snowflake folder and mounted my poinsettia with dimensionals. I then added the colors in my sketch, and added a button and ribbon for a small bit of embellishing. There is glitter on the snowflakes as well as the poinsettia, it's just not easy to see. Thanks for looking. Have some fun, and take a try at these colors.
Friday, November 23, 2012
This card was made for two challenges. The first one I had in mind was the color throw down challenge. The colors are Burmuda Bay (I used teal), soft sky, white, gray, and limeaid. My card looks a bit better in real life. I used glitter on the leaves, and that was for the free for all challenge. Thanks for looking. I hope you are enjoying your Friday after Thanksgiving. :>)
Saturday, November 17, 2012
This card is for the CTD218. The colors are soft suede, early espresso, cool carribean, and tempting turquoise. I used vanilla, watercolor paper, and a piece of SU dp. I embossed the dp and soft suede piece. I water colored the wreath and then added some stickles which don't show up. I used dimensionals and some pearls and some seam binding. I also paper pierced.
Wednesday, November 7, 2012
Today's card was made for 2 challenges. The first one was a sketch challenge that Taylor gave us on SCS. The second challenge was for the Color Throw Down challenge. The colors for that are black and white, lime aide, and night of navy. I used two SU sets - one was tweet and the other was apple blossom. I embossed my bg with the leaf folder. It was a fun card to create.
Tuesday, November 6, 2012
This is for the cQc162 Color Challenge. The colors for this challenge are kraft, soft suede, cherry cobbler, daffodil delight, and white. On the bg white piece I stamped both crumb cake and soft suede. I then ran it through my cuttlebug and tore the top. On my image I used the same colors to color the stems of my daffodil, along with the bulb.