Monday, April 30, 2007

Welcome back to my journey!

If you read my blog regularly, you will know I am on a quest to use colors that I have never used before in the SU range.

Well, I have never used Garden Green, I always choose Old Olive or Certainly Celery, they are my favorite greens. So here is my card for today. I'm sorta happy with it, but I still think it would have looked better with Old Olive :)

But it is good for me to get out of my rut and try new things. This card is semi-based on a card by Yvette, you can see her blog on the right, but here is her gallery on SCS if you have a few hours spare, lol. I like some of her cards with this dress, so that inspired me to use the dress today.

Card details

sets - Blooming with Happiness, Houndstooth, Fine Lace

Cardstock - white watercolor, More Mustard, Ruby Red, Garden Green

Inks - black versafine,More Mustard, More Mustard and Ruby Red refills

Accessories - brads, aquapainter, mustard spotted ribbon, dimensionals, sponge


Anonymous said...

Gorgeous! as ususal!! You are super talented!!

Allison said...

Super...I am not a fan of GG at all but you did a nice job with it! Love the to check out Yvette's gallery!

Diane (djluvs2stamp on SCS) said...

I think the card looks great... You do such nice work! I have been putting that set off for awhile, but I think you talked me into getting it! Thanks! Now off to check Yvette's gallery!!!

Joan said...

This is a great card. I love that dress and never use it! You are on a roll. Oh, and I really like the distressed card also. I like the 2 color effect. good luck on the class.

Rose Ann said...

I love the way you colored the dress, and the different backgrounds. So, so pretty!

Lisa said...

Good for you, stepping out of your box!!!

Very nice layout!

Ana said... are a natural in any style you work with!! I love this card and you have inspired me to try different color combos too.

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