2/25/2016

PPA289: A Color Challenge

When I saw the colors for this week's PPA challenge (#289)
I thought I should make a girly card. Here's my card.



 These are the three colors Lynn Hoyt chose for the challenge.

I used one of my favorite embossing folders - Elegant Lines. 
It's retired, but I love it!


I attached a bow and some pearls to the embossed panel, and on top of that,  
 I brushed Wink of Stella over the inlays. 
I think that's enough to make the card look sweet. :-)


Stamp: Sheltering Tree 
Paper: Very Vanilla, Blushing Bride, Pear Pizzazz
Ink: Night of Navy
Accessories: Elegant Lines Embossing Folder, 1/2" Seam Binding Ribbon (Night of Navy), Pearl Basic Jewels, Wink of Stella (Clear), Owl Builder Punch, Cupcake Builder Punch (for small circles), Dimentionals, Mini Glue Dots

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8 comments:

  1. Love your use of the embossing folder and selective coloration. And the bow is so sweet and girly!! Thanks for including the PPA color challenge in your stamping fun this week!

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    1. Thanks so much for your kind comment, as always, Katy! I googled how to tie a double bow, and it was easy!

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  2. Such a soft, sweet, pretty card! The beautiful Night of Navy bow added just the perfect last touch. Thanks for playing on the PPA with us this week.

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    1. Thank you very much, Lynn! I love sheen and flexibility of seam binding ribbons! I did enjoy your colors.

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  3. I absolutely love how you filled in some of the pieces on this beautiful folder. Genius! Thank you so much for playing along with this week's Pals Paper Arts Color Challenge!

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    1. Thanks so much for your sweet comment, Brian! Cutting out the inlays and pasting them were a little tough on my eyes, but I'm glad I tried that.

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  4. This is wonderful! Those little filled in pops of color really make this card so dynamic. Fabulous job! Thank you for joining us this week at the Pals Paper Arts Challenge, I hope you play along with us again soon!

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    1. Thank you for the sweet words, Jackie! You're exactly right! The colored filled-ins accentuate the movement of the embossed lines, don't they?

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