Thursday, March 20, 2014

Spring Colors

 is the Challenge (#15)
this week at
 Mark's Finest Papers and Stamps Color Challenge

We don't really have a Spring here in south central Florida, not like the tulips, daffodils, hyacinths and crocus popping up through the soil, or the pussy willows and crab apple trees budding which I remember so fondly of growing up in upstate New York 

 But these adorable yellow and blues make me feel like "Spring" today!   

This is an A2 card (5 1/2" x 4 1/4").  I

The sentiment was stamped with Black ColorBox Pigment Ink Pad

The butterfly from the Lots of Words 2013 was heat embossed (on watercolor paper) and colored with watercolor pencils and sprayed with Goosebumps for some texture and shine

All the flowers were cut using a Cricut George and Basic Shapes cartridge, moulded on a mouse pad and attached with glue dots.  Irock gems were heat sealed in the center of the flowers

The guidelines for the Color Challenge are...
1.  Use the challenge colors as your main colors.  You can use any shades or hues of the challenge colors.

2.  You can add any neutral colors (browns, grays, black, white, cream, kraft etc) that you wish.  

3. You can use an accent color in addition to the challenge colors,  but it must be an accent only and not one of the main colors in your project.

4. You must use stamps on your project.   

Remember your can create any type of project you want for this challenge but you must use stamp(s) on your project. They don't have to be Mark's Finest Papers, a Heinrich Co stamps but if you do use MFPaHC stamps,  you will be entered twice for a chance to win our weekly stamp prize. 

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