Saturday, October 23, 2010

OCC ~ Color Challenge

Hello everyone and welcome back to 'My Little Stampin' Spot!. It's Saturday and you know what that means, it's time for another challenge from 'Our Creative Corner'. October is going by quickly and before you know it all the little ghost and gobblins will be running though the neighborhoods. Speaking of Halloween, this week I have a color challenge which reminds screams Halloween to me, how about you? Create a card/project using these colors or colors close to these if you don't have these exact colors:

I will have to admit I added another color to my card, this Basic Black dsp just kept sneaking into the mix so I gave in and added it!

Everyone is welcome to play along at anytime, if you upload your card/project to SCS, use the keyword OCCC. Don't forget to stop by the OCC to see what the rest of the design team has created for us this week!

Thanks for stopping by!!

Stamps~ Greeting Card Kids, All Holidays

Paper~ Rich Razzelberry, Old Olive, Pumpkin Pie, Early Espresso, Wicked Fun Specialty DSP, Watercolor Paper.

Ink~ Pallette Noir, Basic Gray, Bashful Blue, Pumpkin Pie, Certainly Celery, Early Espresso, Rich Razzelberry. Copic Markers for skin tone.

Accessories~ Glimmer Bright brads, Rich Razzelberry ribbon, Button, Linen thread.

Tools~ Window punch, Modern Label punch, Nestibilities scallop & circle.


Lori Rider said...

Love it, Diane! That image is perfect and I love your watercoloring and all the details you added. Thanks for getting me outside my comfort zone with this fun challenge!

Mira said...

Gorgeous card! Is it a 5x5 card? I'd love to CASE this and send it to my sister. =) TFS!

Linda Coughlin, the funkie junkie said...

Fabulous card this week, Diane. The image is adorable and I love the bold, rich feel to your card. Those sparkly brads are terrific!

Wendy J. said...

Diane, this is a totally adorable card! i love the colors you put together for this challenge. I'd NEVER have done that on my own! Love your card!

Sarah Gough said...

Gorgeous Diane, you have such a way with layers!

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