Wednesday, March 19, 2014

Mustard Silhouettes, DD94 & SSSC211


Greetings on this wonderful Wednesday, my friends! It's a two challenge day for me today. I love playing in challenges and wish I had time to play in more of them. I've been playing along with so many lately that sometimes I wonder if I can think on my own and make a card without one!


I was happy to see the color combo at Dynamic Duos this week as it gave me an opportunity to pull out some retired goodies in More Mustard, including the cool houndstooth pattern from the Howlstooth & Scaringbone DSP. There is always a great sketch at the Sweet Sunday Sketch Challenge, and I fell in love with this one right away.


I tried to add more details to my card, such as piercing and embellishments, but nothing looked right so I decided this card wanted to be simple. Sometimes our projects take on a life of their own, don't you think?


Stampin' Up Products Used:
Stamp Sets: Summer Silhouettes, Delightful Dozen
Card Stock: Very Vanilla, More Mustard
Designer Series Paper: Howlstooth & Scaringbone
Ink Pads: More Mustard, Black Stazon
Tools: 2 1/2" Circle Punch
Accessories: Neutrals Candy Dots

Please leave me some inky love in the form a comment! Thanks!




7 comments:

Annette Elliott said...

oh, I love this...nice job Sandy! :) thanks for joining Dynamic Duos this week! very pretty!

joeytipping said...

Oh, I just love it, Sandy! What a great color combo. So glad you are using some retired products. It inspires me to go dig some up in my craft room hiding somewhere. Did you snip those out by hand?

JoAnn said...

Beautiul. Love your use of the sketch and challenge colors. Thanks for joining us at the Dynamic Duos.

Angel Johns said...

I love the simplicity of your card! It is beautiful! Thanks for playing along with our challenge at Dynamic Duos!

Cindy Brumbaugh said...

Oh, Sandy, your cutting is so beautiful- I put you on a pedestal! Such a lovely card. TFS with the Dynamic Duos this week;)

Joanne said...

Love the way you used this colour combo Sandy and your fussy cutting gives such a delicate finish to your stamped flowers and leaves.

Angela said...

So very beautiful, Sandy!