Thursday, October 25, 2012

Thursday Color Challenge CCMC 225

Good Morning, Stampers!

 I love the colors for the challenge this week! I don't use Island Indigo nearly as much as I should so I was really excited to get my hands on this particular color!

Here is my card. I am embarassed to admit that I haven't used this stamp set since I got it at Convention back in July. Terrible, I know! When a stamp set is not my particular style, I find it a big challenge to even pull it out let alone stamp with it! 

Stamps: You're Amazing
Ink: Island Indigo, Lucky Limeade, Daffodil Delight
Paper: Very Vanilla, Lucky Limeade, Island Indigo
Accessories: Island Indio Ribbon, Ticket Duo Builder punch, First Edition Specialty DSP. 

Be sure to check out Create with Connie and Mary for all of the Designer's projects this week. Be sure to submit your project, too!

Happy Stampin'!


Deb said...

Wow! This is amazing!! I love the look of stamping on the First Edition dsp! I just never remember to do it! And I just love how you used all the colors on the main image! So creative!!

Lisa said...

What a great card...I agree with Deb, the stamping on the First Edition paper is genius! Great working with you on Create!

Debbie Henderson said...

You made me laugh Melissa because I just dug out a stamp set I hadn't used yet since I purchased it back in June! Super how you stamped on the DSP. Love how the cards seems to show action!

Jen said...

I feel the same way about Island Indigo. Every time I use it I love it, but I don't use it nearly enough! So glad you were inspired to use a new (to you) stamp set. It looks great with the First Edition DSP!

Anonymous said...

I think your amazing and this card is a winner! And I haven't used mine either and now I think I'll just have to take a cue from you! Thanks for pulling this one out.

Cindy Coutts said...

This is one card that just rocks! I also love your personal blog design too.

Connie said...

Very cute card, love the stamping on the newsprint! Fun little bow and ticket, too! Great job with the color combination!