June 18, 2011

Beautiful Hydrangea - CR84FN32

Thanks for stopping by for another wonderful CR84FN color challenge!  It was great to see so many people play along with the last challenge!  Don't forget the challenges have gone bi-weekly for the summer, but some of the team will be back with added inspiration on the off weeks.  Before I share this weeks challenge and colors, I wanted to take a minute to wish Mona a wonderful Birthday, be sure to stop by her blog and wish her a Happy Birthday!

This weeks challenge colors are Aqua, Green and Yellow, such a pretty color combination and works wonderfully with My Minds Eye papers, don't you think!  To add color to the Stampin' Up! Hydrangea, I used Distress Inks along with the Non Stick Color Technique from the June Technique Junkie Newsletter.



Here's this weeks color inspiration, we'd love for you to play along with us at CR84FN, you can find all the details here on how to enter. If you upload to any online gallery please use keyword CR84FN32 so we can find your creations!


Looking for more inspiration using this weeks challenge visit the other Designers Blogs:
Details:
Stamps - Stampin' Up!
Ink - Distress Inks, Ranger Coffee Archival
Card Stock - Matte Coated (from Marcos Paper), Chocolate, Soft Sky
Other - Spellbinders Circle Dies, Non Stick Craft Sheet, Spritz Bottle, SAMJ, EK Success Punch, My Minds Eye Pattern Paper

Thanks for stopping by!

21 comments :

Folly said...

Lisa, I can't stop looking at this card. The technique and the overall effect of the layout is stunning.
Michelle.

Mona L. Pendleton said...

Thanks so much for the Happy Birthday wishes Lisa :) This card is oh so pretty! The Hydrangea looks fabulous and you're right, coordinates beautifully with that MME DP! Sounds like another fun technique to try!

Pauline said...

Such a gorgeous image, I love the inks you used. Beautiful!

Debgem said...

Hydrangea - one of my favourite summer flowers, they last so long and always look so lovely in the border. Your card is just so pretty - and I like the soft, watercoloured effect on your hydrangea. Lovely backing papers too!

Linda said...

What a super lovely card!!! Love the colors beautiful!!!!!

Gerrie Johnnic said...

Lovely my dear, stunning card and colors.

Lisa said...

Lisa this is beautiful. I love the effect you have on the hydrandea...it looks like sunlight is washing away a bit of it!

Heather Jensen said...

Love the Hydrangea. They are in full bloom here right now. This is a sweet birthday card for Mona. :)
Hugs~

Marge said...

GORGEOUS card & a technique I'll definitely need to try out! TFS!!!

Suzanne C said...

Gorgeous! Love the tones of colors mixed on your beautiful flower. Lovely design and card.

Marie said...

Fantastic card and technique. The layout and shading are beautiful. I love that hydrangea stamp, wish it was for sale.

MackieMade Paper Creations said...

Gorgeous card! Can't wait to look into this technique!

Terry said...

So love this technique! Beautiful colors and design!

Stephanie Kraft said...

Beautiful! Love how you did the hydrangea as it is just stunning!

Andrea M said...

BEAUTIFUL card Lisa! Love that hydrangea! The patterned papers are so lovely!

Sue Lelli said...

I told you when I saw this in our gallery that I thought it was just STUNNING! That technique made the most GORGEOUS flower! LOVE it to pieces!

Cyndie said...

Oh, how lovely! This is such a pretty card--I love how you have made the flower look so misty, and the polka dots are a perfect complement!

Shannon White said...

Wow! Love your Beautiful Card! What a fantastic technique on your gorgeous hydrangea! Thanks so much for the inspiration! 8-)

Hugs
Shannon

lynn said...

so pretty-LOVE your flower, lisa!

Annemieke said...

wooow, love the flower! And the whole card of course!!
Have a great week! Annemieke

MTNestor said...

Lisa,
I love the way this card has such a water color effect to it. Very nice card.
Penny

 
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