Tuesday, January 13, 2009

Color Challenge 201, OCCC

Good morning and happy Tuesday. here is my card for today's Color Challenge to use Kraft, Baja Breeze and Not Quite Navy. If you look at a post from a couple of days ago, I almost used the same colors. I actually pulled out these exact colors and thought, no, these don't right together so I grabbed Buckaroo Blue and Bashful Blue with Kraft. Well I couldn't have been more wrong, these colors are awesome together. So, here is my card using Not Quite Navy, Baja Breeze and Kraft. I actually just purchased Kraft!! LOVE IT!! Okay, on to the card.

I used Kraft for my base and I ran it through the Cuttlebug with Swiss dots. I used the Labels 2 nesties to cut out the focal image panel. The images are from Autumn Leaves, Pocket Silhouettes and Best Yet. I colored in the images with inks and a blender pen. I used Close to Cocoa for the center of the flower, then NQN and Baja for the rest. I put Crystal Effects on the center blue of the flower. I cut out the image and adhered with a dimensionals. The butterfly is from the same set. I also colored in with inks and a blender pen. It is also adhered with a dimensionals.

I added a large silver brad to the panel a button on the sentiment panel.

The Sentiment panel is stamped with an image from Pocket Silhouettes in Baja Breeze and the sentiment is stamped in NQN.

Thanks for stopping by!

Patty

5 comments:

Riley said...

this is beautiful!! i love all of the layers!

fishlips said...

Patty this is so stunning the color combo looks just totally amazing on your card...Wow this card is just spectacular...Its a masterpiece!!!!!

Laurief said...

Oh Patty, this is so pretty! Goregous color combo and I love the butterfly and flower. Stunning!

Kristen Hermanny said...

This is neat with all the layers you use. I really enjoyed looking at your blog with my morning coffee. Beautiful stuff, and thank you for sharing!!!

Denise Clark said...

Patty, great take on the challenge. I love your layout! These colors do look great together!