I paired this weeks Close to My Heart Color Dare with a sketch over at Retro Sketches for another February birthday!
When I saw the sketch I immediately thought Center Step Card and what better than to showcase the Charlotte papers with. I used the Balloon Wishes and Springtime Wishes stamp sets. Since I know this card is going to be delivered in person I loaded it up with embellishments the new Treasured Puffies have become a quick favorite of mine as well as some black and grey sparkles which are long retired.
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I am so excited to be selected as the Guest Designer for this weeks Color Dare of Juniper, Canary, Ruby and White Daisy – you might say I’m tickled pink!
I am going on my 10th year (July) with Close to My Heart and although I haven’t participated in the Color My Heart Color Dare for long, it’s a challenge I’ve followed for a while so when I was given the extra little push to try it out I threw my hat in the ring.
It took me five tries to come up with a card that I loved…these colors kept speaking Christmas to me, but luckily now I’m ahead of the game when December rolls around! I was inspired by this card I found on Pinterest by Shana Gaff, but decided to put my own spin on it.
I love that the Art Philosophy cartridge will cut a banner card (p29) and then all the little pieces that go along too! I had quite the collection to put away when I was finished (oh who am I joking, it’s all still there!)
Here’s your shopping list:
- B1476 My Fave
- D1560 Holiday Tags
- D1607 Bodacious Banners
- Z1924 Dot Embossing Folder
I’d like to encourage you to take the Color Dare Challenge…it’s such a fun place to play.
I’ve got a whole bunch of shaped cards pinned at Pinterest, the problem is I don’t take the time to make them. I talk about them, share them with my surrogate mom down the street and finally decided stamping is my sanity in my crazy life!
I saw this cute kite card on Pinterest which immediately made me think would be adorable reproduced in the new Blossom Papers!
The folding instructions for this card was pretty easy to follow, but if I make another it’s going to be with B&T instead of trying to figure out how to layer it on the front. I thought I was going to have to take geometry all over again!
I punched a hole in the front layer of the card and tied on some Flaxen thick twine for a tail. I used the stamps from the Blossom Card WOTG which was sitting on my desk.
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