It’s the 4th Thursday of the month and BAM! Color Challenge #26 on the My Favorite Things Challenge & Inspiration blog.
Here’s my card for this Color Challenge:
I had some technical difficulties (*cough cough*) with these colors. Do note that the color above is Steel Grey–that is the darker grey. LOL. One of my favorites! 🙂 I combined them together for some striped die cutting and hit it up with the Abstract Background! Another fave! 🙂
I had to make a second card, because the first thing I thought of when I saw these colors was WATERMELON! We go through 1-3 of those a week in our house.
Here it is:
Summer! I made the watermelon seeds with the negative of the Blueprints 26 little balloon bow. 😉(Please excuse the bazarro lines in the photo above. Something wacky there?)
My first card was made with the following supplies by My Favorite Things:
My watermelon card was made with the following supplies by My Favorite Things:
Join us! 🙂
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Today is the FIRST day of the FIRST challenge on My Favorite Things Challenge & Inspiration blog!! Sketches!
Hop over there today to get all the details! Then ink up those stamps and/or fire up the die cutter! 🙂 Here’s a peek: (hint: best speech bubble die cut ever!)
I know those creative friends of mine will have GOOD stuff to see there as well! 😉
And…here’s a bonus card to get your mind turning! Oddly enough, these colors are almost all the same–yet, I made these cards a week apart and didn’t plan/piece that together til writing this post…weird! Planner stamps for a card? Yup! 😉
…and my layout is pretty similar! I guess you get in a groove, and that’s that 🙂
This card is made with the following supplies by My Favorite Things: Die-namics Blueprints 19 (dies), BG Swiss Dots Background & Planner Basics (stamps), Persimmon (Hybrid Ink), Smooth White, Persimmon, Black Licorice (Card Stocks), Black Licorice & Jellybean Green (felt)–Yum!join us! 🙂
My MFTC&I teamies: Veronica Zalis, Vera Yates, Alice Wertz, Erin Lee Schreiner, Miriam Prantner, and Susan R. Opel!
Thanks for stoppin’ by 🙂