Friday, July 11, 2008

Inspired Color Summer Card

Here is my card for this week's Kwernerdesign color inspiration challenge.


The colors we had to use are Really Rust, White, Chocolate Chip, Close to Cocoa and Certainly Celery - it's hard to use so many colors on a card!

I used a new stamp set just released from Artful INKables called Bloomin Beauties for the flower. The leaf stem is a Sizzix die cut and the sentiment was cut and dry embossed using a petite rectangle Nestability.



I punched the scallop and circle pieces for my flower and added brads to the centers. They are attached to the card with foam dimensionals.

This card also covers the Split Coast Limited Supplies challenge to make a summer card with only 3 layers plus the card base, limited embellishments and no patterned paper.

Kristin over at Artful INKables is offering 10% off all her stamp sets for the month of July to be sure to check that out!

Thanks so much for coming by today!

Stamps: Artful Inkables - Bloomin Beauties

Paper: Really Rust, Certainly Celery, Choc Chip, Close to Cocoa: SU, White: PTI

Ink: Really Rust: SUSupplies: Sizzix Leaf Stem Die, Cuttlebug, petite rectangle Nestability, foam dimensionals, brads: Making Memories, scalloped and circle punches: SU


11 comments:

Leslie said...

I love these colors!! Great card!

peanutbee said...

Beautifully done, Julia! Love all the dimension!

Sharlene said...

I love your card! Great job.

Deanna said...

Love it! I also find it hard to put so many colors on a card but you make it look effortless!

Sue Dean said...

Great card and I just wanted to say that I really love your header photo, its awesome.

LeAnne said...

Julia, this is a wonderful card--so clean & crisp, I love everything about it! That little image is adorable. 10% off, you say?
Hmmmm.
LeAnne

My lifes inky escape and more said...

Wow! I love your challenge card! Gorgeous!

Nawlin's Lady said...

Beautiful! I love it!

Monica said...

Absolutely beautiful card. M xx

Diane Barnes said...

I like this a lot. It really works with the colours.

Kristin said...

Love it! I love the color combo! Thanks for the inspiration.