Wednesday, July 02, 2008

Blogger's Challenge #54 PLUS Color Challenge #14


Time was limited today so I combined two challenges into one! I usually post my Blogger's Challenge on Fridays but that won't be possible this week. Plus, Kristina issued the color challenge this morning so I knew I had to combine them and post a little early.



Blogger's Challenge was to try color blocking. I made one for a sympathy card (that I can't share because I am going to use that layout and similiar colors for my Convention swap!) and this one this morning! It was fun! Color Challenge #14 was to use Basic Black, Basic Gray, Going Gray, Ruby Red and River Rock. I used the Simply Said stamp set combined with the Three for You Punch...Oh, I hope we get this in the new catty!!! I added a little black with the double circle punch and the Multi-Adhesive.

Thanks for looking and Happy Fourth of July!

14 comments:

Lynn Mercurio said...

Lovely Lisa. Have a happy & safe 4th!

Barb Hardeman said...

Just delightful Lisa. Wonderful color challenge and pretty layout for your focal piece. Happy 4th!

Becky - Stampin in the Tulip City said...

Love how you used the small flowers on top of the stamp! Great.

Marcia said...

This is a lovely card, love the layout, you sure have captured the challenges.

Michelle Clark said...

I love your layout...great card!

Nawlin's Lady said...

Great layout and a beautiful card!

Jeannette Swain said...

Cute Lisa, I realy like how you used the flowers from the flower punch on this card. Might just have to case this one GF!

Carol Dunstan said...

love how you have put this all together!

Connie said...

Very pretty card! Hope you have a safe trip!

Ida said...

Very pretty. I love that set and your flowers are just charming.

Lisa Somerville said...

Pretty Lisa!

Barbara said...

How sweet this is. Lovely, soft colors....and I like how you used the SU punch and layered flowers on the stamped image. Great job with the challenge.

Suzanne said...

Very pretty!

Chrissy D said...

Fabulous card. I love the way you combined the two challenges, Lisa. Beautifully done! TFS!