Friday, April 16, 2010

Stamp Simply, A Color Challenge

Today's Stamp Simply Challenge is A COLOR CHALLENGE, Sharon's FAV! This color combo has been popping up here and there, shades of Purples, Lavenders, Browns, Ivory and we are so ready to put them together again! Can't WAIT to see what you all do with the spectacular colors! Please upload to Sharon's Mr Linky over on her BLOG. If you upload to Splitcoaststampers, please use keyword: ssnotime135.

And here is my card for today's challenge! All patterned paper comes from The Stamp Simply Ribbon Store. KaiserCraft Lilac Avenue, the brown is from Graphic45, On the Boardwalk Collection. Cream cardstock is Papertreyink. The luscious silk ribbon is also from The Stamp Simply Ribbon Store!

A close up of the flower image from JustRite's My Garden set, which is also found at Sharon's Stamp Simply Ribbon Store! One stop shopping! Oh, the adhesive pearls can be found there too! I stamped my image on watercolor paper, then used my brush and SU watercolor crayons! I was in the mood for intricate paper cutting! Perfect for for a great three dimensional look! You won't want to miss what these talented Stamp Simply Challenge designers have been creating! Click on each name to arrive at their respective blogs. Sharon Johnson

AJ Otto, will not be playing this week!

Barbara Anders

Deb Saaranen

Janine Orchard

Jennifer Buck

Jenny Gropp

Theresa Kline, April Guest Designer

Tammy Hershberger, taking remainder of April off

Deb Neerman

6 comments:

Deb Neerman said...

WoW, this is gorgeous, Barb! Love the stamp ... and all the dimension you created. Another fab-YOU-lous creation!

Barbara said...

Truly beautiful, Barb! That image really stands out with all the layers. Gorgeous design!

The Rubber Maid said...

Your card is just beautiful. You used the challenge colors perfectly. Pat

Teresa Kline aka va.sunshine said...

this is stunning, wow!

enjoy *~*

Deborah Saaranen said...

So beautiful Barb! The layering of the blossom really pops! Love the soft feel to your design as well!

Rose Ann said...

This is so soft and beautiful, Barb!!