Thursday, January 15, 2009

Friend to Friend - My 2 hour card!!

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So, yes... this took me 2 hours to complete! Mostly because I kept messing up the main image and couldn't get it to look like I wanted it to!

Today's challenge on Splitcoast Stampers was to use an online color generator to come up with a color combination.
I went to Kuler to find a color combination. It's a really fun site, you should check it out! I chose the combo called "Elan".
I translated the colors into Bravo Burgandy, Rose Red, Regal Rose, Tempting Turquoise, & Very Vanilla. This is definately not a combo I would normally put together on my own... especially the Bravo Burgandy... I NEVER use that color! I don't know why!

I once again used my "Love You Much" bundle from Stampin' Up! It's so fun!

Card Details:
Paper:
Bravo Burgandy, Regal Rose, Rose Red, Tempting Turquoise, Very Vanilla
Stamps: Love You Much
Ink: Bravo Burgandy
Accessories: Hodgepodge Hardware, Small Oval Punch, Stampin Up Markers, 3 Heart Punch, 3/4'' circle punch, Satin Ribbon (Satin Sensations)

*All supplies Stampin' Up unless otherwise noted!

Have a great day!!!!!

8 comments:

  1. Riley!! This is so pretty!! Love your colors!! Go to www.stampingvacation.blogspot.com for the sketch I was talking about! :)

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  2. Riley, great take on the sketch. Love our card! I will post a link to it from Stamping Vacation! Thanks for participating in the challenge!

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  3. This is gorgeous! Colors and layout are outstanding! ~chris

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  4. Riley,

    A really nice card. I love the sketch and it's on my list to do. Thanks for the tip about Kuler.

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  5. How sweet, I like all the hearts. 2hours... I would of given up, you are dedicated. LOL

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  6. WOW, great color combination!I like this card:-))
    Hugs Anja from germany

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  7. haha...I've had my own fair share of 2 hour cards...it's not fun! But in the end, I am sure you must be pleased with the result...just don't think about the time.

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