February 5, 2010

Bloggers Challenge - Color Challenge

Happy Bloggers Challenge Friday! This week I gave the talented Challenge Team a color combination, use Red, Black, and White.  With Valentine's right around the corner, I'm sure they'll load you up with inspiration!

For my card I used SCS Sketch Challenge 266 as my layout inspiration.  The yummy pattern papers are from the Bittersweet Collection by Basic Grey.  I stamped the image the Artistic Outpost Cutie Pie plate in Black Archival Ink on Watercolor Paper, then added color with the Marker Watercoloring Technique.  I used the Bow Easy to tie the Riped Tomato Satin Ribbon, the XOXO was stamped in Ranger Barn Red Distress Ink.

Details:
Stamps - Artistic Outpost Cutie Pie
Ink - Black Arvchival, Markers, Stampin' Up! Pixie Pink, Ranger Barn Red Distress Ink
Card Stock - Black, Red, Watercolor
Other - Riped Tomato Satin Ribbon, Dimensionals, Bow Easy, Stipple Brush, H20 Brush, Basic Grey Bittersweet Pattern Paper

Thanks so much for stopping by!  If your looking for more inspiration using these colors, be sure to click on the Bloggers Challenge Logo on my sidebar to see what the other players created this week, we've got a few new faces on the team, be sure to drop by and say hi!

Have a great weekend!

28 comments :

rozie640 said...

OMG your card is so stinkin' cute. I love that beautiful ribbon and the cupie doll art piece. Great use of the colors!

GCgirl said...

Love your vintage style...this little girl is so cute and the pop of red is perfect!

Lisa said...

Very vintage! I like the use of all the patterns together.

Connie Paxman said...

what's not to love about your card...Sweetie Pie is one of my favorite sets. I really like the PP and the way your did your ribbon..
simply adorable card
connie paxman

Selene Kempton said...

Great vintage feel you've got going on here Lisa! I love that image ~ fantastic job!

Gerrie Johnnic said...

Luvin' this VD Cutie and what you did with her....that beautiful bow sets the card off just perfect!

Patti Chesky said...

Another beautiful vintage card, Lisa!!! So striking!!

Claudia said...

Great vintage card! Love that PERFECT bow...

Ida P. Krause said...

How sweet is this card. Love the Vintage image and feel of your card and oh that bow...I've got to get one of those Bow Easy's.

Basement Stamper said...

cute little vintage girl, I wish my bows looked that good!

Chrissy D said...

FUN card - love that image and now I have to buy that bow maker! My bows STINK!!! LOL Great vintage card, Lisa! TFS!

Margaret Raburn said...

What an adorable card! Very cute little girl and all the patterns together for a vintage look!

Lori said...

So pretty, and don't you just love those Bittersweet papers?!

Robin Merriman said...

Super cute and so Lisa!

Lisa Bohler said...

Wonderful card, Lisa! Love how you used the sketch and that bow is PERFECT!

Beth said...

OMG Lisa this is gorgeous love your color challenge and that sweet image adorable I have a project that matches your challenge on my blog
http://beth714.blogspot.com/2010/02/milk-carton-set-for-valentines-day.html

sheryl said...

Very pretty! Great vintage image!

Shelly Schmidt said...

Love your sweet image- she is adorable! I love the BG papers you used- and the gorgeous bow too. Fabulous card!

Kimberly Gajewski said...

Oh my! How cute is this! Darling card Lisa! What a sweet image, and your bow is just beautiful! :D

Connie said...

Oh, too cute! Those vintage valentines are so sweet! Great job, Lisa!

Lori said...

What an adorable vintage image! It's perfect with these colors.

Tiffany Bauer said...

Love your vintage card and that girl image is too cute!!! You rocked this challenge!!

Tami Black said...

This DSP is fabulous and the way you combined it rocks. Love the image and how vintage this feels. Way to put it all together!

Kristen said...

Love this card. That little girl is so cute. Great job with the papers and layout.

tonistamps said...

Too cute! Love that little gal!

Nikki Bond said...

Very cute! The the vintage feel....{SMILES}

Linda Monroe said...

Love your card and love the challenge. I know I'm a bit late in playing along, but here is my red, white and black card. http://handmadecardsbylinda.blogspot.com/2010/02/bloggers-challenge-redwhiteblack-wild.html

njburk said...

Ohhh she's just the cutest thing! A real "winner" in my book! I see lots of us played along--very elegant projects!

 
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