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Wednesday, September 23, 2009

DCBD #146

Today is the real day for another diva challenge.  This one was a color challenge, and boy was it a challenge.  I went through so many card ideas and designs before I finally came up with something I considered acceptable.  DCBD146

  After trying several different stamp sets, I decided that the colors could be used for a Christmas card (and after seeing the cards some of the other Divs’a made they thought the same thing. )    The main image was stamped on Shimmery White cardstock and colored with markers. 

dcbd 146I had a hard time deciding exactly how I wanted my layout to be.  I had it narrowed down to 2 different ones and then played eeny meeny miny moe to pick.  But afterwards I decided that I wanted to see what the other layout would look like so I created a second card.  dcbd 146-2I learned on this card that if you have multiple layers already adhered together when you round your corners that it will leave a small dent in the top layer of cardstock.  It is really obvious at the top right corner of the image.

This is a little card that I have been wanting to case from the catalog and these colors worked for it too! dcbd 146-1 Stamps:  Big On Christmas, Sparkly and Bright

Ink:  Real Red, Soft Suede, Bermuda Bay

Paper:  Shimmery White, Real Red, Soft Suede, Bermuda Bay, Very Vanilla, Merry Moments DSP

Accessories:  Bermuda Bay Polka Dot Ribbon, Soft Suede Polka Dot Ribbon (used the “wrong” side so it would be plain),  Stampin Dimensionals

Tools:  Corner Rounder Punch, Star and Large Star Punches

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5 comments:

sandi maciver said...

wow, you ran with this challenge, I love all the cards you creating, great job.

Krista Driessen said...

Love this cards ! You did a great job !

Twila said...

Super job! I think the second and the third are my favs!

June Annand said...

Super job with the challenge! These turned out wonderfully... TFS.

Shiozaki Beach girls said...

cute color challenge and cute cards!! Love the Christmas ideas..might have to case them!