Thursday, November 21, 2013

Thoughts and Prayers CCMC278

We have a great Color Challenge this week over at Create with Connie and Mary!  I haven't used Always Artichoke much lately but I was glad we used it for our challenge!  How fun is this challenge to use Always Artichoke with Tangerine Tango and Sahara Sand!

Stampin' Up!, Color Challenge, Sweater Weather DSP, Regals Collection Paper Pack, Thinking of You, Margaret Raburn

I recently purchased the Regals Collection Designer Paper Pack which has DSP in all ten colors of the color family so I had this wonderful Artichoke paper to work with!  The Sweater Weather Designer Series Paper provided me with both the subtle Tangerine Tango houndstooth check and the lovely Sahara Sand/Whisper White print, which reminds me of a lattice.

Stampin' Up!, Color Challenge, Sweater Weather DSP, Regals Collection Paper Pack, Thinking of You, Margaret Raburn

I colored the image with markers then punched out cardstock and DSP flowers with the tiny flower punch from the Itty Bitty Shapes Punch Pack and centered them with Pearls.   The sentiment is from the same set, stamped in Artichoke onto Sahara Sand Cardstock.  

Stamps:  Thoughts and Prayers
Ink:  Always Artichoke and Tangerine Tango Markers; Always Artichoke pad.
Paper:  Sweater Weather and Regals Collection Designer Series Paper; Tangerine Tango and Sahara Sand cardstock.
Accessories/Tools:  Pearls,  Itty Bitty Shapes Punch Pack, Scallop Edge Punch, Dimensionals

Again, here's CCMC278 color challenge for this week:

I hope you will join us for this week's challenge by making a card and uploading it to the Create with Connie and Mary website!  Guidelines will be found on the challenge post!  I hope to see you there!

Thanks for visiting today!  Keep on stampin'!



Deb said...

Gorgeous!! What a perfect dsp background for this stamp!! Those punched flowers really pop! Love it!!

Lisa Young said...

So pretty! Love all the patterns of designer paper - looks "country" - which I love.

Debbie Henderson said...

Nicely done with stamping on the DSP and gorgeous tiny flowers!

Melissa Davies said...

A great combination of colors and patterns! I love the daintly little flowers, too!

Nicole Tugrul said...

The two DSP's that you picked compliment beautifully! Gorgeous card!

Lisa Martz said...

At first, I saw this soft and pretty card with muted DSP's and it looked so serene. Upon looking at this card closer, I saw all the DSP's put a lot of patterns together and IT WORKS! I'm not sure I could have paired things up quite so nicely! Pretty card! Great working with you on Create.

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