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Tuesday, 24 May 2011

A colour challenge - BLUE/BROWN/CREAM

Here we go again with another challenge over at creative craft challenges, and if you didnt guess ive chosen a colour challenge this time, now you can use anything you like make what ever you like as long as the primary colors are


We have used fabulous digi's from stamping dragon designs for this challenge as they are one of our sponsors,
I chose to do an easel card and got out my stapler again for the ribbonOur sponsors are
stamping dragons designs with 4 digi's of thier choice

Whiff of joy with this amazing stamp


Crafts and me

with this gorge stamp
and we also have a great prize for our top 3, pop over and have a look see at the dt creations,

I would like to enter my card into some challenges that it fits the theme too please,

A spoonful of sugar - Things with wings (dragon)

Cards for men - No designer paper (only used card stock)

CES - Embelish it with more than 3 types of embellies (staples/gems/ribbon)

Stamp something - Beachy colours (blue/browns/sandy beige)

The stamp man - a recipe bingo board (ribbon/faux stitching/die cut)

I love promarkers - animals (does my dragon count?)

And there you go, why not pop over and have a look at our new challenge and the dt creations they are just amazing and sure to give you some inspiration



WencheP said...

Fabulous card, love the colors. Thank you for joining us over at Cards for Men.


Sheila said...

Beautiful! :)X

Mandy said...

Wonderful card...Lovely easel style and your colours are great...Thanks for joining in with us at Cards for Men...
Mandy x

Tine said...

Hi Sandra. Fab easel card and a colour palette that works well with your image. Thanks for joining us at I ♥ Promarkers.
Tine :)

coops said...

fabulous card sandra.i love your colours and the image is great :D

xx coops xx

Tussemaja said...

Like that you you have stapled the ribbon. Very nice easel card. Thanks for joining us at Cards for Men - Tussemaja

Tussemaja said...

Lovely colors. The cards look a bit more worked out when doing easel cards. Thanks for joining us at Cards for Men - Tussemaja