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Friday, January 11, 2013

Burgundy and Orange

I had decided not to do this color challenge, but then was re-inspired when I took another look at some of the work by DT members.  To all of you who are on design teams, and provide so much inspiration as well as encouraging comments - a BIG THANK YOU!  If you look at my galleries, you will realize that I use a lot of pattern paper - and this from my very old stash, is a favorite collection - though I forget the origin.  I also used other favorites - dies (Spellbinders) and rhinestones.  Other items:  Whiff of Joy sentiment, Martha Stewart punch, AMuse burgundy (named Currant) cs, glitter, and flowers from a dollar store stem.
Sketch:  http://sketchandstashchallenge.blogspot.com/
Embrace the old:  http://simonsaysstampandshow.blogspot.com/
Colors:  http://sketchycolors.blogspot.com/
Glitter:  http://stampedblessings.com/
Hearts:  http://delightfulsketches.blogspot.com/
Favorite things:  http://craftingwhenwecanchallenges.blogspot.co.uk/2013/01/these-are-few-of-my-favourite-things.html

6 comments:

  1. These colors could be hard to combine, but you managed it great! Thank you for participating at the Scetchy Colors challenge! Good luck!

    Hugs, Mette

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  2. Cute card!! The colors you used are great! Wonderful! Love the dies! Thanks for playing along with us at Crafting When We Can!! Good luck! Hope to see you again next challenge!!

    - Susan, DT @ Crafting When We Can

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  3. Burgundy and Orange remind me of sunsets in the fall or a Tuscany village. Great job on this challenge.

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  4. Wonderful card, like the colors! Thank you so much for joining us at Simon Says Stamp and Show. Hugs, Sandra

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  5. Gorgeous card - what a great colour scheme! Thanks for playing along with us at Sketch N Stash, Juliexx

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  6. The colors are so beautiful put together. The flower is a good focal point for your card. Thanks for sharing your wondetful card with us at Delightful Challenges.
    Hugz,
    Christine DT

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