Monday, 17 November 2008

Pocket Silhouette colour challenge


This was made a few week's ago for the Splitcoast colour challenge , just never got around to posting it! The colours were ruby red, old olive and pretty and pink - I love them together!

Straight-forward really - I used the Pocket Silhouettes set from Stampin Up in the challenge colours, cut the image with circle nesties and mounted with dimensionals. The squares were also cut using nesties (what would we do without them?!) - the pink paper is from the Tea and Crumpets paper collection from SU. Those cute felt flowers are also from the current SU catalogue; I added silver brad to the centre of each.

Thanks for stopping by, I hope everyone has a great week!

Recipe:
Stamps - Pocket Silhouettes (SU)
Ink - Ruby Red/Old Olive/Pretty in Pink (All SU)
Paper/Card - Ruby Red/Old Olive/Whisper White/Tea and Crumpets DSP (All SU)
Other - Circle and square nestabilities/cuttlebug/Pretty in Pink taffeta ribbon (SU)/Felt flowers (SU)/silver brads/dimensionals

7 comments:

Anesha said...

Wonderful project! Thank for letting me know the cards arrived. Hope the kids like them.

Dawn said...

Kate this is gorgeous - such clean crisp design and beautiful colours..

Tonya said...

I just love your cards, they always look so nice!

Jo said...

Pocket Silhouettes has to be one of my faves at the moment Kate. You've done a great job on this card...it's so pretty.

Jo x

Need More Time to Craft said...

Beautiful card Kate. I love doing the challenges over at SCS as well. Need to catch up with this one... By the way I have an award on my blog for you.
Carole x

Alexandria said...

I love this card! The colors and the layout are perfect.

Traci said...

Cute card! Love the layout and layering you used for the card.