Thursday, July 25, 2013

It's Almost Friday

Often , if I use a Unity stamp, I post that card on Friday for Friends with Flair.  But for a Unity creative color challenge, Unity offered this digital image to play with.  I really like how the card came out and want to get in on the challenge.  Part of the image reminded me of lattice work so I went with a wood theme.

I cut out the lattice strip in white with a Cuttlebug die and added little yellow flowers (also Cuttlebug) along it.  Yes, I cut out yellow and orange flowers just so I could use the orange centers.  Crazy, I know, but I wanted them to match how I colored the flowers in the main image.  The frame around the image is a combination of Spellbinders making a frame on top of the image piece.   And the leaves are a CherryLynn die.
After I embossed with the wood grain embossing folder, I swiped it with white ink and then with More Mustard (Stampin Up) ink.
All the cardstock is GKD:  Tan Leather, Tomato Red, Lemon Drop, Grass Green

Other Challenges:
Paper MakeUp - color a digi


Mark's Speedy TV - no designer paper
Great Impressions - anything
Pink Gem - no square
Sister Act - anything




21 comments:

  1. Wonderful card Marsha, love the dry embossed background and cut out lattice with the pretty wee flowers.
    hugs
    Glenda

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  2. Love how you have brought you elements together so well with your image. Thanks for playing our no DP challenge

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  3. Fabulous! love your coloring... Thanks for joining us at Sister Act Card Challenge this week... HUGS...SK :)

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  4. A very beautiful card, thanks for joining us at AGOAC.

    Donna x

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  5. Such a beautiful card! The flourish die highlights the beautiful unity stamp set so great!! Love this!

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  6. I love what you did with the digi! Fun challenge by Unity!

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  7. Beautiful. this Digi image is awesome. Hope to use it sometime soon. Couldn't do it for the show and tell on time. Your card is just great.

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  8. Such a lovely card Martha, I love how your flourish and border strip enhance the design of the image. xx

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  9. Lovely card. Great additions with the embossing and diecuts.

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  10. What a lovely card. It's so full of cheer! Thanks for playing along with the Friends of Speedy TV!

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  11. this is so pretty! really does remind me of a white picket fence with gorgeous flowers blooming around the yard. lovely :)
    -Rachel w k
    rwkrafts.com

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  12. Marsha, your flowers look pretty against the wood grain & with the vine. :)

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  13. Nice color combo, great coloring!!!
    Thanks for joining us this week at Digi Makeover.
    Hugs,
    Ardilla :)

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  14. You've created a nice organic feel with this card, like being in a garden.

    Mary Anne, Great Impressions DT

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  15. This is a gorgeous card - love your coloring!

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