Friday, April 1, 2016

Color Dare #187 Meets Atlantic Hearts Sketch #153

Welcome back to another Color My Heart Color Dare challenge blog post! The Color Dare challenge this week is to combine White Daisy and any or 1, 2, 3 , 4 or all 5 of the following greens: Pear, Sweet Leaf, Fern, Topiary and New England Ivy.  (Of course, if you don't have these CTMH colors yet you may substitute similar colors so you can still have fun and play along with us.)



My cards use the following greens:  Sweet Leaf, Topiary and New England Ivy.
The stamp set is called "4 My Friend" and has been retired.



Which card do you like better?

     White Daisy CS
     Topiary CS
     Topiary Ink
     New England Ivy CS
     New England Ivy Ink
     For My Friend (retired)
     Miracle paper (retired)
     Striped stencil (retired)
     Sponge Dauber
     Sap Green Shin Han Touch Marker

Other products used:
     Liquid Pearls White (on first card)
     Stickles Crystal glitter glue (on second card)

Would you like to know how I created the 3 green "embellishments" on each card?  I created a stencil with a regular hole puncher and colored it in with the Sap Green Shin Han Touch marker.  On the first card I also added 3 tiny dots made with Liquid Pearls.  On the second card I covered the dots with Crystal Stickles.  

My inspiration for my card layout is from Atlantic Hearts Sketch #153:


I'm also linking this card up to Seize the Birthday challenge and the Shopping Our Stash challenge for a masculine card.

Now it's your turn to get creative--how many greens will you use?  Come check out what the rest of the Color My Heart Color Dare Design Team has to inspire you.

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




15 comments:

  1. Great cards! The sentiments look great stamped on the patterned paper.

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  2. Love it! I love the stripes Your details really highlight the sentiment perfectly. Great job!

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  3. I like both cards and love the stencil idea!!! Thank you for a new trick!

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  4. Love that you created your own embellishments for your cards! Thanks for playing along with the crew at SHOPPING OUR STASH this week for our "For the Biggest Boys" challenge!

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  5. Perfect card for the sketch and the color challenge! Glad you turned it into a birthday card...could work so well for a masculine card! Thank you for joining us at STB!

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  6. Oooh! Love this challenge! I was recently thinking about something like this! Love your card! Thanks for playing along with Atlantic Hearts this week... going to cut some green things now!

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  7. Such beautiful cards! I adore the greens you used. What a fun technique that was w/ the stickles and the ShinHan! These are SO classy. Great job. TY for playing along at Atlantic Hearts this week! ~ Ali (AHSC DT)

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  8. Love that you stamped on the patterned paper, and great way to create embellishments! Thank you for linking to AHSC this week.

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  9. What a good idea with your stencil - so clever! Thanks for playing along at AHSC!

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  10. what a great pair of "guy cards" and a cool take on the sketch as well! thanks for SHOPPING YOUR STASH with us this week! ♥

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  11. Lovely cards. Love the offset stripes on the background - great work. Thanks for playing along with Seize the Birthday.

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  12. Love it! Your greens are so fresh. :)

    Thanks for joining us at Atlantic Hearts Sketch Challenge!
    Jess -DT
    www.freshbyjess.blogspot.ca

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  13. Thanks for sharing your technique on embellishments. My daughter used a similar technique and of course she passed it on to me. We usually use glitter tape with a hole punch and then put liquid glass on to round it....a lot cheaper than a lot of your embellishments. Both cards are very pretty.

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  14. Very creative way to make your accents! Thanks for sharing the idea.

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  15. Great cards, Marie! Those "stencils" are ingenious!

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