Wednesday, July 4, 2012

Designer's Choice Challenge at Repeat Impressions

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Happy 4th of July everyone!!!!
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It's time for another designer's choice challenge at Repeat Impressions, aka, The House That Stamps Built - this time it's Lynette's turn and she has challenged us to a color challenge - using greens and purples.  (I bet you thought it would be red, white and blue, LOL!) 
I hope you'll have a chance to play along with us.  Simply go over to The House That Stamps Built and link your card photo.  You might be the lucky winner of some fabulous new Repeat Impression Stamps if you do. 

Here is my card for Lynette's challenge.


Once again, I used this beautiful hydranga stamp from the Beautiful Days collection and colored it with Copic markers.  The wainscot bg was created using Gina K's tutorial.  A very easy way to create a nice bg.  The flourish "frame" is a die from Sizzix called "Corner Flourishes".  Spellbinder oval was used to cut the shape of the stamp.  I stamped the bumblebee twice and popped the second image on with dimensionals.  My sentiment #8607 was stamped on lavender cs with Memento "grape jelly" ink and die cut with a scalloped oval die. 

Please visit these other Rock Stars for more inspiration using Lynette's great color challenge.


Thanks so much for stopping by and for all your sweet comments. 
A big hug and shout out to my dear blog friends in the states where there is horrid heat and no power, as well as those enduring the aftermath of the wild fires in the west.


4 comments:

Lynette said...

Oh my goodness - so lovely, Cheri!! Love the wrapped-around flourishes and the pretty flower centers. Great background, too! Funny how with SO many fabulous RI stamps that so many of us chose the same stamp!

Patti J said...

Wowzers, Cheri - this is fabulous! Love the flower centers, your coloring is beautiful, and those flourishes? Awesome! Great card, dear friend!!! Hugs...

joy said...

The green polka dot ribbon is perfect with your image -- and it is beautifully colored.

Elaine said...

This is so pretty Cheri what a lovely flower image well done Hugs Elaine

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