Here is how our challenge blog works--we will have a monthly color palette or sketch and then each week we'd like to see a different card making style using those parameters. If there is a 5th Monday in the month, we will have a photo inspiration and you can create using any card making style you'd like!
After much digging through my stash of stamps and paper to find the perfect colors and image I decided on this Carousel Horse. It was fun finding and using all the stuff in my stash. Here's the information on what I used.
Stamps: Carousel Horse from Inkadinkado, Ticket Stamps from Stampin'Up, Wish big Stamp & Die from Jillian Vance
Embossing Folder: Diamonds & Dots from Lifestyle Crafts
Cricut Elegant Edges Cartridge
Turquoise Ribbon: Really Reasonable Ribbon
Ribbon Roses: Paper Wishes
Designer Paper: Authentique Celebrate 6x6 Bundle
Markers: Stampin'Up Pool Party, Cherry Cobbler, Tempting Turquoise; Tim Holtz Distressed Markers Wild Honey and Mustard Seed
Washi Tape flags: My Minds Eye
Brads & Bling from my stash.
Please join us over at House of Cards for some fun!
Oh my goodness Donna, what a fabulous card! I love the carousel horse image, it has such a sense of movement! I love your layering and pretty accent details! Can't wait to see more of your cards for HOC over the coming months! Ruth xReplyDelete
Donna, this is FABULOUS!!! LOVE the amazing theme you went with--that image is just beautiful and your coloring is awesome! A stunning debut for us at HOC--what's next?! Something perfect, I'm sure! ;) HUGS and have a great week! :)ReplyDelete
Great masculine card. Such an unusual stamp that you have used. Truly a classic.ReplyDelete
Love the image! Beautiful card Donna!ReplyDelete
This is a wonderful stamp and the placement of everything just flows together beautifully. Hugs.ReplyDelete
oh wow! very elegant! Love the stamp - never seen it before. Is it stamped with gold ink?ReplyDelete
Momento Rich Coco ink.Delete
This is a fabulous image and I love how you colored it and the golden touches. Such a great choice of DPs too! I really like how this card turned out.ReplyDelete
The colour palette is fantastic, the card is very elegant and classic, and the image wonderful.
What a fabulous card Donna. Love that image! Hugs, Vannessa xReplyDelete