Saturday, May 31, 2008

Burning the Midnight Oil

This is my card for the Color Inspiration Challenge. Sorry the photo isn't better...new camera...and I have no idea what I'm doing or how to use the software. The base is old olive, the face is not quite navy. I kissed the so saffron with swirls of blissful blue then stamped it on the glossy paper.






Here is one of the cards we made in our stamp club this month. The words are embossed with Gold Glory and the scallop punch is pretty in pink.







This is a card I put together tonight to complete 3 seperate challenges, so I combined them all into one card. They were for techinque, colors and the layout per SCS. I plan to use this as a Father's Day card from his little girl. The colors are Chocolate chip, sage and vanilla. The little girls dress and hat are piece work cut out of sage and pasted ontop of the orignal stamped image then I colored with marker the picture.

3 comments:

Mrs Smiley Joe said...

Wonderful! I'm so buying that set this month the seaside one or whatever. Just so much to do with it. I saw a wedding card using the couple on the beach...Beautiful! I've got to get it together and make some cards!!

Sun-Kissed Savages said...

BEE-u-tiful! Jokes aside, these are just fabulous. You have a way with colors.

travelingmama said...

Congrats on the new camera! Great cards! Lots of beautiful inspiration!

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