Posted by: debdarby | September 12, 2009

Elite Challenges September

 G’day everyone

I am feelin’ quite crappy today and have the biggest headache so I am only going to do quick post.

This card is for one of the challenges for the Elite Challenges this month and it is the colour challenge.

Again these are colours I would probably not have normally used of the top of my head so it was good to think outside of that square. I used the Versamark to create a watermark effect in the background and rocked ‘n’ rolled the daisy stamp in More Mustard & then Baja Breeze & gathered the ribbon using the linen thread through the buttonholes of the button.

Perfect Breeze

Perfect Breeze

 

Stamp Set–  Upsy Daisy, Fresh Cuts & Organic Grace

Ink – More Mustard, Baja Breeze & Versamark

Card – Perfect Plum, More Mustard & Whisper White

Accessories– Corduroy Button, Eyelet Border Punch, 5/8″ Striped Grosgrain Ribbon & Linen Thread

Thanks for stopping by!

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  1. Hi Debbie, So nice to see you back after your holiday on the Gold Coast, sure looks like you had lots of adventures and lots of fun. Sorry to read you are not feeling so great with a bad headache, I have been having lots of them too lately and have been told it is due to high blood pressure…. LOL don’t need anything to go wrong. Anyway, wanted to say love your daisy card, the colors look great even tho like you I would never have thought to put them together, it’s amazing just what does look so cool. Take care and hope by the time you read this you are feeling much better. Love Rel xx


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