Join our fun Tic-Tac-Toe Challenge using colors from”I Heart Us” paper pack … first choose a row, column or diagonal and include choice in your post … and then feel free to use “only” additional Colors in the Board below. We use CTMH color names for reference; however, you are welcome to use any products as long as they are the closest match
Neutrals: White, Cream, Black, Gray, Kraft and Brown(s) are free to use unless otherwise specified in our board.
I chose to use the February Stamp of the month for my card…it’s a big bold stamp that works well for the Spotlight technique. I stamped the image in black twice and figured out what part I wanted to highlight I then cut that image from one of my images colored it and added it to a Mint stitched circle. A Black Glitter Paper Scalloped banner finished off the card.
OK, now it’s YOUR turn! The full details on how to join the fun is in the sidebar of our homepage. Our Weekly Challenges are open for two weeks and you have until Thursday, February 28th to enter Challenge #330
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Welcome to Double Trouble‘s first Double Digit Challenge – that would be challenge #10!!! This week Trouble Maker is challenging you to use at least three colors with a stamped or digital image. Twisted Sister is asking you to use a critter and add a punny saying with your image, finally Double Dare is asking us to link with the Brown Sugar Challenge #282 using a critter.
The entire time I was creating I was humming this verse from a song I grew up singing in the United Methodist Church. It’s been a number of years since I’ve been in church, but I guess some things just stick.
“All things bright and beautiful, all creatures great and small, all things wise and wonderful: the Lord God made them all.”
My first inclination was to reach for the retired Operation Smile Punny Pals stamp set and then I thought no that would be to easy, so instead I reached for the long ago retired Safari Ballet stamp set. Ballet and roses just seem to go together so I grabbed some of my last scraps of the retired fundamentals paper and the new Love of Color Book for a combination – Lagoon, Sapphire and Canary. I dressed my ballerina head to toe in Canary yellow (or as close as I could get with my Copic Markers). I want to let you in on a little secret – that skinny yellow strip of cardstock was cut with the Ribbon Thin Cut from CTMH and I just layered my circle of the bow part. To finish off my card I stamped my “punny saying” with Sapphire Ink onto the Lagoon B&T and added a few sparkles.
Now won’t you head over to our Double Trouble Design Page and see what Thing 1 and Thing 2 have created. While you are there you’ll find all the rules to link up to our challenge. If you find you still need a little help – we can get you started, Thing 1 although a Trouble Maker is a real whiz with the computer!
This week the Color My Heart Color Dare Design Team is creating with the colors: Bashful, Canary, & Linen.
Once again I used a pattern from Make It From Your Heart 4. If you don’t have this little gem of a book – you need to get it ordered. I also thought this sweet cupcake from the Festive Birthday card kit needed to find it’s way onto this card. What’s a birthday without some banners and sparkles?
I hope you’ll take some time to create with us you can click HERE for the details of the Color My Heart Color Dare.
My question today is: Do you think outside the box and use your card kit stamps for other than how they are packaged?
Thanks so much for stopping by…I hope you enjoyed my artwork.
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.
Let me introduce you to the five brand new colors in the Whimsy Family…Flaxen, Glacier, Pixie, Canary and Thistle.
I love it when Close to My Heart introduces new colors to their pallet, even though it means a few favorites had to retire. I think I am most excited about Pixie and Thistle don’t they look just perfect for a Princess?
I can’t wait to show you the new things I’ve made with them.