Friday, February 12, 2010

The fun continues!

I am still trying to dig out from the snow storm. I am supposed to have a workshop on Saturday (it is the one I rescheduled from last Saturday) but I am not sure I will be able to have it. I have offered my ladies card kits as the month just keeps passing by.


Today's creation uses 2 challenges. I used the color challenge at the Color Dare blog, You were to use Brilliant Blue, Crushed Curry, Kiwi Kiss, and Kraft. I used the sketch from the Techno Stamper blog. I used a new clear mount set I got called Vintage Vogue as well as the new wheel that goes with the set. Once I got my card layers put together and had them laying on my card it needed something. That's when I decided to do some doodling around the outside and inside edges. It was just what the card needed. Here is the sketch and my creation.


































inside of card












Stampin' Up Supplies

Stamps: Vintage Vogue Paper: Brilliant Blue, Crushed Curry, Kiwi Kiss, Kraft, white Ink: Brilliant Blue, Crushed Curry, Kiwi Kiss Accessories: Brilliant Blue marker, Very Vintage wheel, scallop trim border punch


I am going to take the weekend off so I can shovel while the melting is taking place. I will see you on Monday with some more creations. Thanks for looking and have a Wonderful Weekend!


Robbie

5 comments:

Patti said...

So pretty! Love the layout and your border is perfect! Thanks so much for joining us at Color Dare this week! Hope to see you again!
~Hugs~
Patti

Lori said...

Very pretty. I love that Friend stamp. Thanks for playing along at the Color Dare, I hope you'll join us again next week!
Lori
CD DT

Iwona Palamountain (a.k.a. Chupa) said...

Great card!! Thanks so much for playing along with the Color Dare this week!

Liz Williams said...

This set worked great with these colors. I love your card. Thanks for playing in the color dare challenge this week.

MJ said...

How sweet, love this. Love your inside too. Great job with the sketch, thanks so much for playing along.