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We are moving in about 2 weeks, I'm totally freaking out...there is soo much to do, but I decided to soothe my soul and stamp first before I tackled some of my to-do list. I'm glad I did. Great color combo, Kimberly!
You know, I have never actually used my Sage Shadow. I may just have to try this one. Never done a challenge before. This along with the Shabby Chic technique challenge may need to be my first. I am intriegued. I never would have thought of these colors together. Good one MamaK!
MamaK... That was too funny about your dh's and BinL's idea for colors. I was laughing so hard that my at home sick dh had to come see. He wants to add algea green to the butt brown and urine yellow. Doesn't make sense to me, but he's sick,today. Maybe those are the colors he's feeling today.
If my order hadn't been lost by Brown, I could participate in CC09. I'm feeling left out. I love ruby red and sage shadow.
Whoops - I kept wondering why the ruby red cardstock looked different from the ink color - guess I filed Baroque Burgundy in the wrong place - so officially this doesn't really qualify for CC07 - the intention was good. I'll have to try another -perhaps I'll combine it with SC20!!
Location: On the verge of greatness and the brink of insanity!
This one was really hard for me because these aren't my colors. Still...I appreciate a good challenge. Thanks for letting me play! Every single one of you who plays in these challenges is making me a bit better at this stamping thing week by week. Thanks for sharing your work!!!
This one was hard for me. I realized after the fact that I only have those colors in ink. Not paper. I colored the Confetti White paper with the craft pads to make them the colors I needed. The idea in my head and what came out on paper are totally different. I wanted to do something with a peek-a-boo square and by the time I remembered I wanted to do that, I already had the flower images on the front. Oh well, it's done. I may try another one later.