Posts tagged ‘old olive’

Hope You Can Cling To

TGIF!! *Today is the LAST DAY of my FREE shipping promotion!! Place your order by midnight CST tonight (either on my website or through me) to receive free shipping!*

I’m participating in a very worthy challenge over at Splitcoaststampers.com – the Hope You Can Cling To challenge! We’re gathering cards to send to breast cancer patients at MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston.

I will always have a very special place in my heart for MD Anderson. Several years ago my mom underwent surgery there to remove several cancerous organs. She has MS, so this was a very risky proceedure. The doctors and staff took wonderful care of her and she has been CANCER FREE ever since. I thank God when I think of MD Anderson and I’m so thankful for this chance to help other patients there!

One challenge was to make a pink holiday card (any holiday except Valentine’s). I created this pink Christmas card with some retired SU! products and the watercoloring technique I showed you several days ago.

*Sorry for the awful lighting but I finished this up after dark so I had to work with the overhead lights. Ick!

Just wanted to share this to showcase the amazing challenge going on and that holidays don’t have to be in the traditional colors to be fun. 🙂

Have a fabulous Friday!

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October 8, 2010 at 9:51 am Leave a comment

Color Combo Friday, Tart & Tangy

If you’ve seen many of my cards/designs you know I’m in love with the Tart & Tangy stamp set. This set is so versitile and a great price ($12.95!) This Stampin’ UP! sample is a great example of how to use this set in an unexpected way:

Fruit Card Project by Stampin' Up!

Here are some fabulous inspiration pieces in this color scheme from around the web:

1. Lightroom New Zealand three sheep color landscapes - Shot on the Nikon D3 - Color graded in Lightroom - Vivid green grass landscape clouds & sky nature at it's best, 2. Sweet Thing - Big Eye Dolly Doodle, 3. deconstructed lamb tagine with grilled apricots and olives, 4. Rusted weathered and colored door from Guadeloupe, 5. just A piece of "banana cream tart", 6. 11100 - Train Steam Engine - Rusted, 7. Female Olive-backed Sunbird, 8. My Complimentary Gift Wrap!, 9. ice cream?, 10. Rust on Rust - EXPLORED Oct 24/08, 11. coconut and lemon cream balls, 12. Michaela Reading, 13. Green Elephants Garden Sculptures, 14. a little ice-cream treats, 15. come my tiny metal children, 16. The old moated castle

Supplies used for the card:

Best of the Bunch Mini Note Kit

Tart & Tangy

Dusty Durango 8-1/2” x 11” Card Stock

Kraft 8-1/2” x 11” Card Stock

Very Vanilla 8-1/2” x 11” Card Stock

Dusty Durango Classic Stampin’ Pad

Old Olive Classic Stampin’ Pad

Soft Suede Classic Stampin’ Pad

Elementary Ribbon Originals

Stampin’ Dimensionals

¾” Circle Punch

1” Circle Punch

Purchase everything needed for this project (and many more) by clicking the “Shop 24/7” button on the right.

Have a great weekend!

April 23, 2010 at 11:24 am 1 comment


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