Tuesday, July 7, 2009

TSSC 77 and Color Throwdown #49

My card turned out kind of Victorianish looking, hmmm, I can't quite get into the summery thing. When I go through my papers and stamps and light on ones I want to use sometimes I don't back up and start again, so projects don't always turn out like I envisioned. Tammy over at Color Throwdown set the challenge for coral, chocolate chip, and soft blue. I had this stripe paper sitting on my work table and it just seemed to fit. I'll be using this card for an anniversary card.
Hope I haven't mangled these 2 challenges.

2 Challenges:
Supplies: Card Blank 61/2" X 5" Ivory Value Pack Hobby Lobby, papers from my paper stash, Ink: Ranger Archival Ink-Sepia, CTMH-Z2160 Twilight, Stamp: CTMH-D1309 Heartthrob, VersaMark Pen, Ranger Fine Embossing Powder, ribbon-Hobby Lobby, Stampin Up-Sizzix texture plate Damask, (no pop dots).

Thanks for viewing,
Beverly G

4 comments:

Denise Clark said...

Beverly, my cards often don't turn out like I planned. Sometimes the craft just takes off on it's own and leaves me to just follow. :)

I love that Victorian look! I think the image is just gorgeous and love the color combo. Great card! Let your craft take you away!!!! (Better than Calgon!) LOL

Tammy Hershberger said...

Very pretty! That striped paper IS perfect for these colors! Thanks for playing the Throwdown!

Linda said...

love this (of course, I love Victorian LOL) and I bet it is even prettier in person; all your cards this week are wonderful!

MJ said...

I am not sure what you envisioned but this is beautiful. Thanks so much for playing along with the sketch challenge.