Friday, March 30, 2012

One Colour Scheme ....

The hope was to do 2 cards with this colour scheme but I am just too late for The Paper Players

How pretty are these colours and how challenging is this sketch!  I messed about with a few ideas last night which went in the bin this morning.  So this is the final product.

What you need
Cardstock - PTI white; SU Melon Mambo
Stamps - WMS Pic-Nic Patterns, Florentine Frippery
Ink - SU Certainly Celery, Melon Mambo, Tempting Turquoise, Daffodil Delight, Early Espresso
Die - SB Fancy Tags
Ribbon - SU Daffodil Delight Taffeta
Gems - Kaisercraft


  1. Oh this is sooo cute! And stampy! Your background looks like patterned paper! Love the sweet little blooms in those colors and the sunny yellow bow! A spring thank you full of cheer! So glad you could play along with this week's WMSC!

  2. LOVE that stamped background...
    it is absolutely fabulous!!
    And how beautiful are those colorful blooms?
    A gorgeous card...
    and such a fabby take on the challenge! :)

  3. How fun! Those fancy tags remind me of little crowns! Marvelous card ;)

  4. Beautiful colorful card. Thanks for joining us at wmsc

  5. Oh this is a perfect take on these challenges! I love your stamped background, and the clever use of the fancy tags!

  6. Great combination of challenges. I love the background you've made and the pretty flower panel is fab!

  7. Just lovely, Cassandra! Your stamped background is incredible and the balance of colors is perfect. Thanks for joining us again at the ColourQ!

  8. Oh, Cassie, you SO rocked the colors! Love this cheerful, upbeat card! And I really love the cool background paper you made!

  9. Lovely card, Cassandra, love the stamped background and that beautiful flower panel! Thanks so much for joining us this week at the ColourQ and sharing your card.

  10. Love this cheery card. And I just realized that you used PicNic patterns which I just got. May have to give that BG a try. So cute.


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