Charlene's challenge this week is a colour challenge. Help - no two ways about it, I am colour-challenge challenged, and it doesn't make much difference whether you just tell me to use blue and red with a hint of green, or as in this week's CCEE Stampers challenge, to use Daffodil Delight, Cherry Cobbler, Pacific Point, Wild Wasabi and 1 neutral. I see that my attempt at Cherry Cobbler isn't quite dark enough, but I did my best with my quite large collection of Marvy markers to match the colours as well as I could.
A2 cream card base, embossed with Kassie's Brocade, edges sponged with Tea Dye.
The image was also stamped on cream card and coloured with Marvy markers, then sponged with Tea Dye after tearing and distressing the edges. I added Stickles to the flower centres. I layered it onto some green Bazzill with a torn edge, and added a heart-shaped button and some hemp. To finish I added a Sizzix flourish and daisy at the bottom of the card.
If you want to get colourful with those colours, link your card on the blog or use the keyword in the galleries here so we can see your creation :D.
Date: Thursday, May 24, 2012 GMT Views: 1886
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Thu, May 24, 2012 @ 4:25 AM
Very pretty, Sabrina. I really like the Tea Dye and tearing. I sponged and even using the Cherry Cobbler for that, it is light. I suppose I could have made it darker. :-) I only had one of the colors for this project (paper).
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