Thursday, October 22, 2009

"Just Us Girls" Week 3 - Color Challenge

My BBGF (Best Blogging GF), Gwen, found a fun new challenge for us to try. Go check out her card (just click on her name) and the challenge blog here: Just Us Girls!!! The theme changes weekly, which should really keep our creative juices flowing, something I reallly NEED lately! For this challenge, I decided to play with my Spellbinders' Fancy Tags dies. I love how you can use the tag's flourishes as embellishments with other Nesties dies. I added the end flourishes from the largest tag to the edges of my stamped Curved Rectangles and then another underneath the tag containing my stamped sentiment. Copic BGOOO gave my pearls just the right aqua accent.
Paper: PTI's Vintage Cream, Pure Poppy & Aqua Mist
Stamps: PTI's Silent Night
Ink: PTI's Pure Poppy & Versacolor's 138 Seafoam
Embellishments: Pearls & ribbon from stash
T0ols: Copic Marker BGOOO; Spellbinders' Wizard, Fancy Tags & Curved Rectangles Dies


Dana Gustafson said...

Lovely card Marge. Looks like you and your BBGF, Gwen, share the same great tasts in tag dies! :) I love the graceful aqua mist star and delicate pearls. So pretty! Glad you got to play along with Just Us GIrls

Stampin' Pam said...

Oh my this is quite pretty - love the stamp - it's so elegant - those little pearls are a delightful accent. Thanks so much for playing along with Just Us Girls this week. Hope to see you back on Saturday for a brand new challenge.

Diana said...

Very cool. Thanks for sharing. Big giveaway over at my blog!

Gwen said...

This is beautiful Marge! love how you used your tags (I will be trying that very soon) The pearls are the perfect accent! I always forget you can color them! dang...that's a perfect match! love it!!

Kristin Bueter said...

Wow, this is so elegant! Great use of Spellbinders AND our colors!! This turned out so pretty ;]

Thanks so much for playing along with Just Us Girls this week!! Hope you can join us again on Saturday for a fun 3-D challenge hosted by our sweet Mona!

Courtney Baker said...

So pretty! These were great colors for Christmas - great minds think alike, right? :)


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