Tuesday, October 13, 2009

A color challenge...

I made this card for the Stamp TV color challenge. Initially, I was stumped by a combination of light blue, cranberry, fresh asparagus (green) and white. I also wanted to try a new type of card, so this is my first attempt with Scor-Pal's upright Z card design.

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You should check out the challenges on Stamp TV. They are a lot of fun, and the prizes are awesome. By the way, this stamp set, Warm Winter Wishes, was drawn by Carolyn King for Gina K Designs. Cammie has committed all of her profits from this set to the Alzheimer's Association in honor of her Grandmother.

Oh - here's a side view of this card for a better concept of the card.

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I really like this style of card. I'm going to use this one again. It folds flat for shipping, but displays beautifully. I hope you like it! Have a terrific day!

Ta for now, ~ky

Recipe: base cardstock, Gina K luxury cranberry base weight; light blue cardstock, SU! textured; green cardstock, Gina K luxury fresh asparagus cardstock embossed with Cuttlebug folder; patterned paper, Basic Grey; border punch, EK Success; ribbon, Michaels; Versamark ink with Ranger silver embossing powder; Warm Winter Wishes (Carolyn King for GKD) image and sentiment; circle sentiment, Holiday Greetings (GKD); coloring with Copic markers.


  1. Well, if you had a problem with this cards colour combination its not obvious to me! This is a wonderful card and I love the design! I have never seen this type of card before...is there are template somewhere?? Great job hon! :)

  2. Ohhhhhhhhhhhhh such a cute cute card, GF!!! Great job. I HAVE to try that technique. I love the card design.

  3. I totally LOVE this easel card!!! I wanna try!!!

  4. what a darling card! Love the details you added!


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