7/21/2011

ColorLab50

Thursday!! I think I'm almost recovered from last weekend. Almost, but not quite!! Anyway, Thursday means another fun challenge over at the ColorLab! This one was a bit of a challenge!!


Lucky Limeade, Riding Hood Red, 
& Perfect Plum

Here is what I came up with! A challenge mostly because I'm dragging this week! I'm sure the heat isn't helping either!!


Card base is Riding Hood Red with a Lucky Limeade layer behind a Naturals Ivory background. On the background, I stamped the 3 stems/leaves image from Bold Blossom. To the top I added a punch flower made with the Triple Layer Blossom Bouquet punch. The back layer is Riding Hood Red. In the middle is a Perfect Plum DSP and on top, the Perfect Plum card stock outline flower. In the center of each is a new Mini Silver Brad. The flowers were attached with dimensionals. I sponged the edge of the Naturals Ivory with Perfect Plum and spritzed on a little Perfect Plum ink before attaching the flowers. Trying to get in a little more purple!! The Lucky Limeade Scallop Ribbon is attached across the bottom with the saying element layered over it with dimensionals.

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SU! Catalog Items used: 122232 Bold Blossom Clear * 111348 Riding Hood Red Card Stock * 122926 Lucky Limeade Card Stock * 101889 Perfect Plum Card Stock * 117152 Subtles Patterns DSP * 100035 Perfect Plum Marker * 101437 Perfect Plum Classic Ink * 122935 Lucky Limeade Classic Ink * 101849 Naturals Ivory Card Stock * 122941 Mini Silver Brads * 107066 Color Spritzer Tool * 101610 Stamping Sponges * 119856 Scallop Oval Punch * 122464 Blossom Bouquet Triple Punch * 119855 Large Oval * 113439 Big Shot * 115953 Punch Windows

2 comments:

Jen said...

Those are some beautiful flowers! I have GOT to remember to use that punch!

Juanita Golson said...

I just got my punch and can't wait to use after seeing your card. I love the DSP behind the flower center. I had been wondering how to add some color there.