Monday, March 30, 2009

Orchid for color challenge.

Well, I can't believe I had never inked this stamp up, thought I had! Maybe I did and then didn't finish the card, lol. Anyways, this was for Theresa's color challenge on StampTV.com from last week. Here is the card:



When I first saw the colors I cringed, lol! But after getting them out and looking at them, I really like them. I actually love purple, don't know why I dont use it more..yes I do, I have nothing purple to embellish with, lol! No ribbon, brads...nada! I need to change that...

Hope you have a wonderfully creative week! Thanks for stopping by, grandson gonna be here in a bit so I hurrying! Thanks for stopping by!
--CAT
Card Details:
Stamps: Botanical Dreams by Asela Hopkins from Gina K Designs
Papers: SU!
Accessories: ribbon, brads, hodgepodge hardware, prisma pencils with OMS, scallop scalloped border punch from eksuccess.

11 comments:

mudmaven said...

OMG! I'm picking my jaw up off the floor. This is gorgeous Cat! Love it, love everything about it! Great job. Have fun with your grandson today! ~chris

Corbin said...

This card is absolutely stunning Cat! Really beautiful!!

Beverly aka beestamper said...

This is beautiful Cat.. I love the colors for this orchid.. goes perfectly with your paper.. Awesome deign!

Brenda said...

Very Pretty!!!!!!!!!! Your coloring is fabulous, and your layout is wonderful. TFS

Laurie in MN said...

I am so glad that I stumbled on your blog. The cards you make are fantastic.
You deserved to win the CK color contest. I can't imagine a card more deserving than your card.

Donna Baker said...

gorgeous card!

Jennie said...

Beautiful card! Love the design and your coloring is perfect! I need this stamp set next.

The Rubber Maid said...

I think the color combo is just stunning. What a beautiful card. Pat

Joyce said...

Such a beautiful card. And, "Hello" from Southwest Louisiana.

Shirley said...

Very very beautiful! The colors are just stunning!

Tracy Durcan said...

This card is soooo stunning!!!

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