Thursday, August 4, 2011

PPA 105 Celebrity Color Challenge


Here she is! We welcome a Celebrity Color Challenge this week. Playing along with Pals Paper Arts is our guest, Mary Marsh. She has a blog entitled The Charmed Life. Check out her work, won't you?

This week's card came together relatively quickly after a lot of thought! I have a Lucky Limeade card base, then a matt of Crumb Cake card stock, topped with a piece Island Indigo print from the Timeless Portrait Designer Series Paper.

Okay, so there are two of my challenge colors! Now I stamped Fabulous Florest petals in Island Indigo onto Daffodil Delight. Now my color palette is complete! I popped up the smaller flower with Stampin' Dimensionals.


To add some interest, I stamped the leaf pattern from Fabulous Florets twice in Lucky Limeade onto Very Vanilla card stock and then snipped them out. My flower and leaves were strategically placed over the same items on the designer series paper!

My sentiment is Island Indigo stamped onto Crumb Cake and punched with the Oval punch, then layered with the Scallop Oval punch in Daffodil Delight.


I hope you are inspired and that you will consider playing along with us! It's fun and you really do stretch your creativity.

I do so enjoy your comments, so I hope you will leave one below. See you next week!



8 comments:

Carla Bazhenow said...

Love your card. The popped flower and added leaves are fabulous. Hugs,

Linda Callahan said...

What a great way to use the DSP! The daffodil flower looks great!

Diane - oliverdi@att.net said...

Patti love the DSP in this pack and so easy for CAS cards. Your's beautiful... love the extra flower and leaves touch. Hugs

Pam~ said...

Love how you played off the gorgeous DSP ... you're so clever! This is beautiful, Patti!

Ann Schach said...

Beautiful and creative, Patti! I love the popped up flower! You did a fabulous job with this challenge!

Joannna Munster said...

Beautiful card Patti! I just love your style. Hugs, J

Sarah said...

What a creative idea. Super cute!

Mary Fish said...

The pop of Daffodil is perfect.

Hugs, M