The color challenge on Splitcoaststampers this week is one of my favorite color combinations, so I just had to play along.  Dessert for the challenge was to also make it a Christmas card.

I didn’t have any of the new SU colors named in the challenge, so I got as close as I could using my pink and yellow/green Copics.

This image and sentiment are from Stampin’ Up!’s “Bells & Boughs” stamp set.  This stamp set is the blog candy in connection with my Sketch Challenge for September!

If you haven’t seen my Sketch Challenge, check it out HERE.  There is still lots of time to play along!!

Happy Crafting!
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Stamps: SU Bells & Boughs

Papers: PTI Vintage Cream; SU Pretty In Pink

Inks: Memento “Rich Cocoa”; SU Old Olive; White Gel Pen; Copics:

Accessories: Gingham Ribbon; Spellbinders Fleur de Lis Rectangles Die

 

8 Responses to “A Color Challenge With Dessert”

  1. Beautiful card, Susan! Love the gorgeous die cut and your perfect coloring.

  2. Susan this is so lovely!! I never would have chosen pink for the main color of a Christmas card but you’ve made it zing! Now I have to go pull out that stamp set and play with it. =)

  3. Beautiful. Love the crisp,clean layout and non-traditional colors!

  4. oh my…this is abslutely gorgeous!!!

  5. Beautiful, such lovely shading/coloring of your image!

  6. Oooooo, beautiful!

  7. So simple, and yet so elegant at the same time! I love that beautiful die cut panel and I also love the fact that this will require no extra postage to mail!

  8. Beautiful card. So elegant. TFS!

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