Sunday, August 22, 2010

Curtain Call Color Challenge: Act 44

Happy Sunday everyone!!  Today I have my card for the Curtain Call Color Challenge 44, courtesy of Stacey's Stamping Stage blog.  Here are the colors!
And here is the card that I did using these colors.  It also uses Clean & Simple Stamping #103 from last week.  (Remember...I did a card with the wrong colors last week.  Oooops!)
"Wishing You all the Best" supplies: 
Cardstock: Bazzill Basics
Paper: Sassafras & October Afternoon
Stamps: Papertrey Ink (A Little Argyle & YOF: Sweet Peas
Ink: Clearsnap (canary, turquoise, black) 
Pearls: Kaiser Craft 
Button/Paper Frill: Doodlebug Desing
Ribbon: Michael's brand
Twine: Darice Inc.

Instructions: Adhere an aqua dot paper block to the front of a red card base.  Stamp the argyle patterns and sentiment to the left side of a white cardstock block, and matte on aqua cardstock.  Adhere a striped paper strip to the right side of the block, and add red paper frill over the seam.  Tie yellow ribbon around the striped side, and accent the bow with a button using twine.  Adhere the entire block to the front of the card, and accent with pearls. 

Be sure to check out the amazing cards from the other gals!! ♥♥♥ 

11 comments:

  1. Love this fun card, Lea! the mix of patterns and colors totally rock:) Thanks for "bringing it" at the Curtain Call each and every week!

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  2. Oh wow!! This is absolutely fantastic Lea! I love, love, LOVE the way you've used the Argyle set to create little accents - must be casing that idea! And all the little details, embellies, everything is just perfect!

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  3. Just fantastic, Lea... How cool is to treat a backgroynd stamp like this?? :) And the bow... ohh the bow! *happy sigh*

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  4. Love all those polka dots - especially the button! Love the argyle with the bling. Great use of this week's colours.

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  5. So cheerful and fun! I adore the little bits of bling you added to the argyle--I will have to give that a try!

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  6. this is gorgeous..love how you have used the argyle!

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  7. Wow! What a new way to use the argyle! Plus, with your signature using of bling embellies...it's so you! Fabulous!

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  8. Happy and fun! Love the stripes and polka dots! Hugs,

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  9. so pretty! love the argyle patterns in this!

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