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Thursday, February 27, 2014

Rose and Teal

I do not often use contrasting colors for mats - what do you think?  The image is a favorite Hampton Art daisy, and "Sister" is a Dazzle sticker by Hot Off the Press.  I used two different embossing folders, some sheer ribbon and a Recollections gem in shades of teal.  The coloring is Twinkling H20 (African Jade and Playful Peony).  Classy Cards 'n Such has a lot of cardmaking supplies, including the Spellbinder Ovals, and many sets of H20 colors.  The pale teal embossed layer is reminiscent of the inspiration at Classy Cards.
Sketch:  http://jwscrapshack.blogspot.ca/
Vintage Dahlia inspiration, with colors (Rose, teal, pearl grey):  http://classycardsnsuch.blogspot.com/
Bling:  http://cardsgalorechallenges.blogspot.co.uk/

5 comments:

  1. Pretty card Dorothy! I love the color combo, your embossing looks fab, loving that stamped flower and love how you put your sentiment on the ribbon! Your take on the sketch is spot on! Thanks for joining us at Jo's FFC;-)

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  2. Very pretty Dorothy!! I love the contrast you have used!!! Thank You for joining us at the challenge this week at CCNS...hope to see you there next week!!
    Diane H DT

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  3. This is such a sweet card! I love the embossed paper behind the flower and the beautiful colors you've chosen. Thank you for playing in our challenge at Classy Cards 'n Such this week!

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  4. So pretty, Dorothy! Love that teal background and the embossing!! Thanks very much for joining our Classy Cards 'n Such challenge this week! I hope you will be back next week for our Susan's Gardens flowers challenge which begins on Monday.

    Beverly

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  5. So very pretty, Dorothy! Thanks for joining us for this week's Classy Cards 'n Such challenge!

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