Tuesday, September 16, 2008

3 more Challenges - Thinking of You

Today is Color Challenge #184 day on Splitcoast Stampers and the colors to use were Always Artichoke, Riding Hood Red and Basic Gray...of course I threw in a little black to make it POP. LOL

I combined this challenge with Beate's Weekend Sketch Challenge #57 (see below) and one final challenge..lol

Courtney has challenges each Tuesday and this week's challenge is to use PUNCHES! Check out her blog - but be warned - she has been displaced by Hurricane Ike and may not have posted it on her blog yet. She had to evacuate and did not grab any stamp supplies in the process! Please keep her and her family in your prayers! I know her Design Team has some posts Dani, Lorie, Sarah and Sparkle.

Here are a few more details on this card...

Stamps: Bud Basics, Tres Chic, Sincere Salutations
Paper: Always Artichoke, Basic Gray, Whisper White, Riding Hood Red
Ink: same
Accessories: Primes, Fire Circle Brads, Rounded Tab Punch, Circle Punches, Lg Oval Punch, Scallop Punch , Aquapainter, Paper Piercing Tool, Mat pack, Dimensionals

Thank you for looking! Have a fabulous day!


Jacquie said...

Beautiful! Thanks for sharing, hope you are well! Take care!

Joan Ervin said...

What a beautiful card, Chris...I love the colors, stamps, layout....it all comes together to make one fabulous design!!!

Kathy W said...

really pretty, love all the layers you used

Anonymous said...

Yes, that black rick-rack adds so much to "make it pop", but I don't think I would have figured out what it needed! You have the touch!

Thank you again, Chrissy, for the generous RAK of your new "Child of God" stamp set~ IT CAME IN THE MAIL TODAY! Later I will ink it up and make a print of all the stamps on the cling thing and photograph it with the beautiful card you sent. That will go in a scrapbook! I want to "play" now, but too much to do before the kids get out of school.

How are driving lessons with DAD going? Does he have his left leg over on the drivers side in case he needs to "help" with the brakes, or is using the imaginary brakes on the passenger side...just pressing on the floor to avoid near crashes? Best of luck to all of you! ~Erin Glee : )

Dani said...

Awesome job combining challenges! I'm never able to that! :)