I actually have two cards for everyone! I loved the colors so much that I just had to make another one. Then I couldn't decide which one to post for the Curtain Call...so I'll just post both of them! :) Here's my first card for this challenge. I began with my Spellbinders Impressabilities plate. After embossing my sand colored cardstock, I continued and decided to color in the spaces in between. Since the area was a bit big, I just patted my olive ink pad straight onto the cardstock. The effect was just so nice! I also just got this new stamp set in from Stampin' Up. It's actually out of circulation already, but I really wanted it and had to go look for it on Ebay, Lesson learned, next time you want a stamp set don't wait until they stop producing it before getting it! Haha! I colored in the flower with my water color pen. You'll have to excuse me, I'm just a beginner when it comes to coloring! :)
My second card is a little bit more softer. I just love this olive polka dot patterned paper from My Mind's Eye! It was just perfect for this challenge. I stamped the lower panel of the card with my Prima flourish. (One of my favorite stamps!) I tried to keep things simple on this one, I just tied a bow, stitched the edges and attached my paper flower. I finally got to use this one. I'm afraid I'm making them much faster than I actually get to use them! :)
I hope I've provided you with enough inspiration for this one! Well? What are you waiting for? Let's play! :)
The Curtain Call Crew has samples to show you today, too, so make sure you stop by to see:
Christina MacLaren at Seaglass & Sentiments
Julie Lacey at Stamps & Taxes
Laurel Seabrook at Seabrook Designs
Makiko Jones at MakInk Studio
Monika Davis at M.A.D. Stamper
Piali Biswas at Touch of Creation
Silke Ledlow at My Life
Stacey Schafer at Stacey's Stamping Stage
Teresa Kline at Enjoy the VA Sunshine
and October Guest Designer, Karen Thomas at Luv to Stamp.
...then play along with us and post your Curtain Call Color Challenge creation using Mr. Linky over at Stacey's Stamping Stage.