Sunday, August 24, 2014

Sunday Stamps Color Challenge #83

Welcome back to another Sunday Stamps challenge--white, pink, light blue and green.  The Close To My Heart colors I used are: White Daisy, Blush (recently retired), Indian Corn Blue and Olive.  The corresponding Stampin' Up colors are White, Pink Pirouette, Marina Mist and Old Olive.
The panel in my card was created with the CTMH Artiste Cricut cartridge.  I first stamped each cardstock piece with it's corresponding ink and then made three puzzle piece cuts from the Artiste cartridge and then matched them together (I have two other panels for future cards).


Close To My Heart products used:
     Artiste cartridge
     White Daisy CS
      Olive CS
      Blush CS (retired)
      Indian Corn Blue CS
      Black CS
      Black Ink
      Olive Ink
      Blush Ink
      Indian Corn Blue Ink
      Swirls Around stamp (retired)--blue
      In the Background stamp--pink
      Pemberly WOTG stamp (retired)--green
      Seaside Greetings sentiment

Welcome to our newest Design Team member Alyson!  Now it's your turn to combine these three colors and link up to the Sunday Stamps Challenge blog.
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.)  You have until Friday, September 5 at 6PM EST to enter this challenge.
Please take the time to visit the rest of the Design Team's blogs and leave them some appreciation.  HollyAlyson, BrendaStephAngel and Kathya.

Thanks for stopping by!  Have a wonderful week filled with fun and creativity! 

:) Marie

2 comments:

  1. Cute idea with the puzzle pieces... I often stare at an old puzzle piece die I have and I may just have to use it now!

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  2. I was taken by your puzzle piece card and had to find out how you made it. What a great cartridge for your Cricut! It made your card pop! I love the way you kept it CAS by having such a small panel (relatively) and so much white space. Beautiful card.

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