And I utilized the colors from the Just Us Girls #93 Challenge. I looked and looked through the blog there, but couldn’t find anywhere that says it’s a challenge site specific to a particular brand of stamps (SU!, for instance), cuz I know there are some like that. Though I have some of their products, I do not have one single SU! stamp, so I typically avoid the strictly SU! challenge blogs. This is my first time posting for that Challenge, so I’d hate to have it all wrong! But I guess if I’m not legal, they’ll kick out my link, right?
When you see my card, though, you might wonder if I’m color blind:
I am NOT a photographer. I have tried to teach myself about my new DSLR camera I received for my birthday last year, and I think I’m getting better. But sometimes, I just don’t know what the heck I’m doing and how I can snap a better photo. I tried about 6 times to get a decent, accurate color representation of this card, obviously to no avail. The coral on my card is not as RED as these photos make it out to be. **sigh** In real life, it is a nice, rich coral color, not so dark and not so red. Either way, I guess I didn’t keep to the shade of coral from the challenge very well.
Anyway. I had a good time creating it, just the same.
I realized just after I adhered that little grey Sizzix flourish to the left of the tissue flower, that I probably should have added some glitter to it or something. It looks a little bland there. Oh well.
The grey background I used is also considerably darker than the grey from the challenge.
Sheesh – Maybe I really AM color blind!!
Thanks for stopping by today. 😉
Stamps: Celebration of Thanks (Verve)
Paper/Cardstock: Cardstock (PTI); Doily (Wilton); Designer Paper (DCWV Sweet Stack); Misc Coral Tissue Paper
Inks: Antique Pewter, Papaya Cream (ColorBox)
Embellishments: Rhinestones (Martha Stewart and Kaisercraft); Misc Rhinestone Brad;
Tools: Standard Circles, Classic Scallop Circles (Nestabilities); Ric-Rac Border Die (PTI); Victoria Embossing Folder (Cuttlebug); Scor Buddy; Sizzix Flourish Die