Sunday, August 15, 2010

Cards Triple Challenge

The First Challenge: Use the following
colors on your project-tempting turquoise, melon mambo and daffodil delight.
The First Challenger: Pals Paper Arts


The Second Challenge: Create a card based on today's sketch.
The Second Challenger: 365 Cards

The Third Challenge: Use stitching on a project!
The Third Challenger: Practical Scrappers


For this card I used some standard stock paper that matched the tempting turquoise and melon mambo for the PPA challenge. For the Daffodil Delight, I used my Crushed Curry Stampin' Up marker to add dots at the rounded corners.The ribbon across the card is a piece of Martha Stewart Camelia Pink ribbon below a thin black ribbon. The pocket was cut using SCAL and the flowers using the Birthday Cake cartridge and a white gel pen to create the fake stitching. Because of the simplicity of this card I made three at one time; I plan on using them for Cricut Card Fairy requests.


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11 comments:

Linda Callahan said...

Love your pocket of flowers! Very cute card! Thanks for playing at PPA!

Ann Schach said...

The pocket is adorable! I love how you dotted the corners! Thanks for playing @ PPA!

Sharanda said...

Love it! Very cute card. :o)

TesaB said...

It's lovely!!! Great color combo, the bold colors really pop against the clean white!!!

Kelly said...

Super Cute! Love the pocket with the faux stitching. I hope you got the Cutting Cafe files. Let me know if you didn't and I'll resend them.

Elizabeth (Beth) Moore said...

Such cute faux stitching to go along with the Practical Scrappers challenge. Thanks for playing along with us!

BrendaB said...

This is so cute! I love the pocket with the little heart flowers! Thanks for taking the challenge @ Practical Scrappers this week!

Gloria Stengel said...

Cute little pocket of flowers. Thanks for playing at 365 Cards.

Rose said...

fantastic take on the sketch and i love the heart flowers :)

~amy~ said...

such thee perfect take on the 365 Cards sketch! Great card!

Pam said...

A beautiful take on the sketch!