Wednesday, June 03, 2009

Raspberry Suite Color Challenge #8

Dawn has posted the latest Raspberry Suite Color Challenge and Yummy colors too. Here is my card for that challenge. Kept it Simple.

I stamped the smaller of the Damask Designs in Dark Chocolate on the Rasp Fizz CS and used it as background. The bigger Damask image stamped in Rasp Fizz Ink on the New Vintage Cream CS and cut out with Labels 1 Nestabilities Die made the central image and the Sentiment was stamped on Kraft CS and matted on Dark Chocolate CS.

Here is the Challenge,

Stamp - PTI Damask Designs
Paper - PTI Raspberry Fizz, Vintage Cream, Dark Chocolate, Kraft CS
Ink - PTI Dark Chocolate, Raspberry Fizz Ink
Other - SU Oval Punchs, Label 1 Nestabilities Die


Chris said...

this is so pretty! love the colors!!

Jessica said...

Lovely card!! Damask prints make everything so elegant :)

Jane said...


Kelley Eubanks said...

Very pretty and elegant!

Krista Driessen said...

Very nice !!!

Sara Paschal said...

I love this, great job on your creation.

Dana said...

The large Damask looks awesome in the labels nestie! Great choice!

~kelly marie~ said...

Gorgeous job on the color challenge!!

I answered your question over at my blog, but I thought I would post it here in case you didn't see it! Thanks for coming by! :)

It was a bit difficult to take the flowers off the silhouette mat. It took me a while which is why I didn't show it. It was boring! haha! I think the best way to do it is to bend the mat slightly until the edge of the petals start to come up, and then peel really slowly off the mat. I didn't rip the flowers or anything, and I am prone to any and all accidents! I hope that helps some! :)

Scrapping Julie said...

beautiful job!!

Sue Lelli said...

Your card is beautiful! I haven't bought this set yet but your card has inspired me! I love how you kind of blended the colors. And I love that it's simple (you said it, not me!). Just lovely!

Terri E. said...

Love your use of nestie labels. I used this set as well, LOVE IT!!! Super job on the color combo.

It's a good life!
Terri E.