Saturday, August 24, 2013

Black, Fuchsia and Red Color Challenge for Sunday Stamps Challenge #57

Welcome back to another Sunday Stamps Challenge post!  This week we challenge you to use the colors Black, Fuchsia and Red in a papercrafted project.  You can use any brand you wish.


 My color choices are Close To My Heart Cranberry, Black, White Daisy and Watermelon (retired CTMH).  The White Daisy background was dry embossed with the Cuttlebug Happy Birthday folder.  A strip of red and white craft tape (washi tape) by Recollections was applied across the top portion of the card.  The stack of gifts was cut with the new Artbooking cartridge (pg. 86 Icon shift cut at 3.5") and small pieces of Cranberry and Watermelon CS were placed behind the overlay.  The gifts were popped up from the card with 3D Foam Tape.  I probably wouldn't have chosen to make this card with these colors had it not been for this Sunday Stamps challenge and I like how it turned out.


We can't wait to see what you create using these colors!   Please use a direct link to join us here and include a link back to us in your blog post.  (Feel free to post our color graphic too to let your readers know about our challenge.)

Please take the time to visit the rest of the Design Team's blogs and leave them some appreciation.
HayleyJoanBrendaHollySteph and Kathya.

Thanks for stopping by! Have a wonderful week filled with fun and creativity! (Be sure to check out the Artbooking in August Blog hop which you can find here--35 CTMH consultants sharing lots of great projects--cards, giftable items, minibook albums and 2 page layouts).

:) Marie

4 comments:

  1. Marie this is a adorable birthday card - I struggled with these colours too, but I think you did a great job. Love that embossed background.

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  2. I LOVE YOUR CARD Marie! This is such a great birthday card, love those presents! Very cool, thanks for the inspiration.

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  3. This is so pretty.. I really like the packages, the black outline really pops!

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  4. I like how your card turned out too! Love that embossing folder. Great job!

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