Thursday, August 18, 2011

PPA107 Sketch!

Pals Paper Arts is proud to present a great sketch by our Design Team Member Margaret Moody. She comes up with these sketches once a month and we are always eager to use them to inspire us!
I needed to keep my card simple, and I already had my sketch to get me started, so I used my Color Coach (pictured above) to give me some color inspiration. I got started with Poppy Parade, Baja Breeze and So Saffron.

I hope you like looking at my card. If you would be so kind, (as many of you usually do), I would love it if you left me a comment! I really look forward to reading each and every one, even though I cannot answer all of them!

Card Supplies:
Card Stock: Whisper White, Crumb Cake, Poppy Parade
Designer Series Paper: 2010/2011 In Color Patterns
Stamps: Pennant Parade, Fabulous Florets
Ink: Crumb Cake, Poppy Parade, Baja Breeze, So Saffron
Extras: 1-1/4" circle and Scallop Edge punches, Stampin' Dimensionals


Diane - said...

Patti what a great card. LOVE that stamp set and can't use it enough. I really like your colors... have not purchased the color coach, but so glad you "showed" it in the photo. I'm so visual and it give a good size comparision in your pic.
Thanks for sharing. Hugs.

Linda Callahan said...

Love the bright flowers against the subtle background! And the stamping on the DSP is super!

Ann Schach said...

Beautiful, Patti! I knew I was going to love it! The stamped DSP is perfect! The color combination was an excellent choice for this set! Great card!

Pam~ said...

Simply stunning, Patti! Gotta love that color coach ... awesome colors here!

Mike Funke said...

You are so clever to use DSP for the images. That sure made quick work of this design challenge and a great way to make a quick card! I think I'll borrow (steal) that idea!


Mary Fish said...

I love how you stamped the flowers for the square images.

Great use of the color coach.

Hugs, M

Carla said...

I love your flower squares! So pretty and rich in color! I love it Hugs,

Kathy said...

Great way to use your DSP -such pretty colors

None None said...

Patti - this is so pretty! I love the clean classic look you created. The colors are also dynamite!

Gem Artmiste said...

I love the background and how u stamped on the dsp. So clever, i must try this!