Friday, March 12, 2010

Inkspiration Colour Challenge #19

Happy Friday!!!! Hope you've had a wonderful week. For my fellow West Aussies, I hope you've survived the HEAT WAVE we've been having... seriously.. I'm really looking forward to some cooler weather... I didn't think I'd ever say that!!!

Anyhoo.. Keesh has set a Colour Challenge this week and although the colours are GORGEOUS (you'll see in a sec) I actually really struggled with this one this week. I'll explain why in a sec!! hahah

Sooo here is my card:-

And here is the Colour Combo for you to work with:-

Soooo... why did I struggle?.. Well you see.. that little colour up there in the swatch called Taken with Teal.. yes... well I don't actually own any ink, markers OR DSP in that colour.. I know, I know. I do know though that had I had any one or all of the abovementioned items my struggle may not have been such a BIG deal!!!! Yes... I'm off to purchase myself some ink, marker and DSP containing Teal.. I am determined to never have such a struggle again.. hahaha.

I've used my Framed with Love Set again and the the small flower is from my Razzle Dazzle set. I've stamped it once in Choc Chip and once in Whisper White then added a corresponding button for the flower on each one. The sentiment is "Happy" from Basic Phrases and Birthday from ME!!

Be sure to pop on over and visit the other DT gal, I'm sure they struggle LESS than me and produced something AMAZING:-




Don't forget to link your card to Mr Linky on Keesh's blog too, so that we can all have a looksie at what you've created.

Thanks so much for stopping by.


Here's what I used:

Stamps:- Framed with Love, Razzle Dazzle, Basic Phrases, MY Handwriting
Card:- Choc Chip, Choc Chip DSP,Taken with Teal, Whisper White

Ink:- Choc Chip, Regal Rose, Whisper White Craft,
Accessories:- Dimensionals, Dbl stitched Choc Chip Grosgrain, Buttons Latte, Pink Rhinestones, Glue Dots


Mary J said...

Fabulous! I love how you've done those lickle ickle flowers!

Chantelle said...

Your card is just gorgeous as always Sarah - I love the simple look you achieve and with the cute little details you add, including your fabulous handwriting. Great work. x