Wednesday, October 15, 2008

Color Throwdown with Jen's Sketch for You to Try

Good Morning Everyone,

I have been slacking
on doing some challenges - so today's post is actually three separate posts using 6 different challenges (how crazy is that!) But for the simplicity of listing the card ingredients - I am posting it all separately.
This card is inspired from the fun colors from the ladies at the Color Throwdown and the sketch from Jen's Sketch for You to Try. I love these great colors together and decided that I needed some blank sentiment cards - so I just enjoyed the sketch without worrying about the sentiment. This last weekend - I wanted to give a card to someone - and I couldn't find the right card with the right sentiment - so I think I need to make some more all purpose blank ones.
I really had fun with this sketch and all the circles. The bow is a tribute to Donna from Butternut Sage designs - who had a great tutorial for this bow - but mine didn't quite turn out the way her gorgeous bow did - so I made do with how it ended up.
Can't wait to try out the beautiful colors from today's color throwdown!!
Hope all of you are keeping well on this Wednesday!
Thanks for coming over for a visit!
Ciao for now,

PS. If you need more challenges please come over to our new challenge site called Cinema Saturday Creative Challenge. Every Saturday, Brooke and I pick out a movie from which you can draw inspiration to create a card, layout or project. Click HERE for me details - come on over and play - we wold LOVE it if you would join!

Card Recipe:
Paper: from my scrap mountain! yay! a few more pieces are getting out of the scrap pile :)
Accessories: Ribbon from Offray, Brads from Making Memories, Martha's Mini Scallop punch, CM circle cutting system, paper piercing. SU! Scallop Punch
Shows Watched: Lipstick Jungle on Hulu


Catherine said...

WOW! love what you did with the sketch and combine it with the color challenge...very pretty! and that it!

Sherri said...

So cute! I love the scallops & the dimension and that ribbon!! Adorable!!

Mam Goudig said...

So lovely