Friday, October 17

Another Color Inspiration

I'm so excited... I've gotten to participate in TWO of Kristina Werner's color inspiration challenges in a row. YEAH! I usually never find about them until it's too late, or I'm too busy to get a card done. These have been fun. I've been on a roll lately.
So for this challenge we had to use some of my favorite colors, but not ones I usually use together. The cookies made me think about Christmas though. I always make sugar cookies at Christmas. Anyway, I got rid of all my Wasabi-- I know "the horror"--so I had to substitute Garden Green for the Wasabi. Here it is!
I used the Upsy Daisy set on this card... love this set! I colored it with markers in all the color challenge colors. Then I added some highlights with the white gel pen. I ran the image through the Big Shot with the Top Note Die and cut away the border and mounted it on another top note in Rose Red. Then decorated up the Whisper White card with some retired designer paper and mounted the card on a piece of Rose Red. I like to do that a lot because I think that extra color in the back really makes the color in the image POP! For texture I added some Bashful Blue grosgrain ribbon and the words double mounted. I hope you all like it.

9 comments:

sassylm said...

I really like your card, i just love that shape.

Jenn D said...

This is so cute! I miss that dsp. It was one of my favs.

Becky said...

WOW! Your card is so pretty! TFS!

Stacy said...

WOW! I love the look, I am so used to seeing this stamp in all on color! Great job! TFS

Sherri said...

Very pretty!

Megan said...

This si so fun...I love the lowers stamped on the top note!

Amanda Cable said...

I love this! I have not liked this set ... until now. :) You did a great job coloring with markers. Beautiful card!!

My lifes inky escape and more said...

This is so pretty...I love all the colors you used and your die cut :)

Audrey Pettit said...

Wow, awesome take on that color challenge, Amy! I would agree about loving those colors, but not usually putting them together. Love what you came up with. And that flower images colored individually with the markers looks just amazing!