Wednesday, November 11, 2009

Live Your Dream in Fall!

Hi everyone! I am back with another card! This one is for today's sketch challenge over on Splitcoast Stampers and for a new color challenge I found called colourQ. Check out colourQ... they have some great color combos!

I am very proud of this card because I used up some prima flowers. HAHA! I have tons of them... not sure why I bought so many... especially because I rarely use them. I used FOUR on this card... yes!

The main image was colored with Stampin' Write markers, then I huffed and stamped. I love using markers for solid images.

Everything else is pretty simple... the really rust flower was actually made by taking a white flower and coloring it with the Really Rust Stampin' Write marker!

Card Details:
Paper:
Kraft (#102125), Brocade Blue (#101166), Bordering Blue (#102630), Very Vanilla (#101650), Kraft Patterns DP (retired), Autumn Vine dp (retired)

Stamps: Live Your Dream (retired)

Ink: none, used Stampin' Write Markers: Really Rust (#100073), More Mustard (#100076), Bordering Blue (#100070), Brocade Blue (#100064)

Accessories: Vintage Brads (#109109), More Mustard 1/4'' Grosgrain Ribbon (retired), Kraft Taffeta Ribbon (#109068), Prima Flowers (non-su)

Have a great day!

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7 comments:

  1. Beautiful card, Riley!!! So glad you found colourQ, I really look forward to seeing more of your work in the future! ~ Arielle

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  2. Riley - this is beautiful and I love the flowers. Great job

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  3. Oh what a beautiful card!!!! You did wonderful with the primas!!

    Linda

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  4. Such a pretty layering placement of your card.

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  5. LOVE this!! The colors are outstanding!! Love how the primas compliment the main image

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  6. Fabulous card! Congrats on being crowned the Colour Q queen!

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  7. It is extremely interesting for me to read this post. Thanks for it. I like such themes and everything connected to this matter. I definitely want to read more soon.

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