SCS Color Challenge

July 13, 2010 at 5:09 pm Leave a comment

Today’s Splitcoast Color Challenge (CC279) calls for us to use Wild Wasabi, Cherry Cobbler and Marina Mist. I also wanted to play over at Mercy’s Tuesday Sketch Challenge (MTSC82). I love Mercy’s sketches. They are just the right level of challenge for me. I decided to make a card for my friend, Joanne. I was supposed to get together with her today for a little bit to stamp some images to colour later (stamps I don’t have but that would be good to colour with my copics). She has a stamp collection to die for! She has also been a good customer of mine (thanks, Joanne!). I decided to add a few images of the hydrangea from SU’s Level 1 set for her to play with. I couldn’t make it because of work meetings and other errands I had to run. We hopefully will play a day trip in the next week to Buffalo, which is just about an hour away.

Here is the recipe:

Card Stock – PTI White, Cherry Cobbler, Wild Wasabi, Marina Mist
Patterned Paper – Basic Grey “Eskimo Kisses”
Ink – Momento Tuxedo Black
Stamp Set – Lizzie Anne Designs “Say it in Script”
Accessories – Circle Nesties, Mulberry Flower, CB EF (D’Vine Swirls), dimensionals

That’s all for now. Thanks for having a look!


Entry filed under: Cards, Cuttlebug, Mercy's Tuesday Sketch Challenge, Nesties, Paper Trey, Split Coast Stampers Challenges.

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