April 27, 2009

Color Chef Challenge #4









This Monday's Color Chef Challenge turned out beautifully. I am not going to lie, I am not a pink kind of girl, but am lovin this color combo and how the card turned out (yet again). Thanks, Kelly Jo, for helping me challenge my creative side again!



The Combo: Watermelon, Bubblegum, Baby Pink, Black and White.

I Used: Hollyhock, Blush, Baby Pink, Black and White (since I dont have the other inks)

Stamps Used:
Intrinsic Backgrounds D1335
Butterfly Wings D1341
Soul Mates D1254


I used Intrinsic Backgrounds to stamp the base in Blush, then sponged with Blush and then the edges with Hollyhock. I stamped the main frame with the Intrinsic Backgrounds bamboo stamp first in Baby Pink and then Hollyhock (randomly). I absolutely love the "All My Love" stamp from Soul Mates because I can curve it in any shape or swirly that I want... I use that technique with that stamp quite often actually!

This card was inspired by a card on Lisa Stenz's blog which you can see here if you like. She has a lot of creativity in those fingers of hers and I visit her blog regularly for inspiration. Thanks, Lisa, for always sharing!


HAPPY MONDAY!

6 comments:

Kelly Jo said...

Wow- for not liking pink, you sure pulled together an awesome card! I love how you used the intrinsic background stamp and inked that layer too- looks really cool. Thanks for playing along!

Leslie said...

Amy, I really like your card. I like that stamp set and would use it more often, but I am afraid I'll wear it out - not the stamp itself just the feeling I get when I see it used - (warm fuzzy)

Laurel said...

Great job! I don't see your blog hop info. People are not going to know where to go next.

Sheila said...

Absolutely LOVE your card. The "weed" stamp along the bottom is great.

Amy said...

I love how this turned out.

scrappysharon said...

I love it! beautiful!

 

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