Wednesday, September 30, 2009

Trendy Thank You!

Well, I've had an interesting morning. For some reason my laptop wireless hasn't been working right. My husband tried to fix it this morning before he went to work. He got it going and then 1 minute after he left it started acting crazy again. Of course, I tried to fix it myself and now it's worse than it was before... uggggh! Lucikly he is a computer programmer, so hopefully he won't be too mad at me and can get it back up and running!

Today's card is for the sketch challenge over on Splitcoast Stampers and for the Color Throwdown.

The throwdown was to use Basic Gray, Rich Razzleberry, Old Olive, and Really Rust. I had a hard time getting the Really Rust onto my card, but as you can see I made it work!

This is for sure not my favorite card I've made recently, but I don't think it came out too bad. I wish I had done something different with the ribbon, but oh well!

Card Details:
Paper: Whisper White (#100730), Rich Razzleberry (#115316), Basic Gray (#108692), Old Olive (#100702), Razzleberry Lemonade Designer Paper (#115675)

Stamps: Trendy Trees (#113258)

Ink: Really Rust (#102549), Old Olive (#102277), Basic Gray (#109120)

Accessories: Basic Gray Taffeta Ribbon (#109064), Small Oval Punch (#107304), Square Nestabilitie Die Cuts (non-su), Silver Brads (non-su)

*Remember all current Stampin' Up products can be purchase in my online store!

Have a wonderful day!!


  1. Riley, you definitely made this color combo work! I love what you did with the ribbon..I wouldn't change a thing about this card. It's great and you did a fabulous job with a tough color combo!

  2. You did a great job with the card ! Great how you used the ribbon.

  3. This is a really sweet card. Love the bow!

  4. Great card, Riley!! You actually used all of the colors! Love those big brads! Thanks for playing the Color Throwdown with us!

  5. Beautiful design! I love the additon of the ovals for the sentiments! Thanks for playing the Throwdown!

  6. This is so cute! I love what you did with the sentiment!!! Very clever, you are!!! Thanks for using the CTD colors, too!