Tuesday, May 14, 2013

Color Dare #42 - Hollyhock, Blush & Cotton Candy

Welcome to Color Dare #42! The colors this week are so pretty and spring-like!
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As soon as I saw the colors for this dare I immediately thought about flower layers. The flower from the Love Blooms stamp set was perfect for this challenge! I stamped the flower in Slate ink on cardstock in each color. I cut out the Hollyhock as a whole flower. The Cotton Candy flower was cut along petals to make it slightly smaller and the Blush flower is mostly just the center of the flower image. Layered together it gives a pretty blend of colors don't you think! I also gave the edges of the Chantilly B&T paper a bit of definition by "scraping" the edge across the Hollyhock ink pad.

Here is a list of the products I used:
C1511 Love Blooms
cardstock--Hollyhock, Cotton Candy, Blush, Slate, White Daisy
B & T Duos--Chantilly
Glitter Paper--Black & Grey
Ink--Slate, Hollyhock
Pixie Glitter Alphabet
Sparkles--Red, Pink & Purple
Bling Gem (retired)

Go check out the other entries in this week's Color Dare! Then get your supplies out and join us!

Happy Crafting!
Michelle

5 comments:

  1. Great card! Thanks for joining us this week at Color my Heart. The flower and glitter are nice touches.

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  2. Exactly my thought! I love how your layered flower turned out, Michelle! Pink and grey is one of my favorite combinations. The glitter is a wonderful addition! Thanks so much for playing along with us over at Color My Heart! :)

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  3. So pretty, Michelle. I love how often this flower has been featured and yet each in such a different way. Beautiful! Thanks for joining us at Color My Heart. We look forward to more of your inspiring creations in the future!!

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  4. Great job, Michelle! I love your triple colored flower and the glittery paper accent. Thanks for playing along with us at Color My Heart Color Dare!
    :) Marie

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  5. That cotton candy paper is so pretty as a background! Your technique on the flower is just inspired and I love the graduation of the colors! Your bling just tops it off nicely! Great job and thanks for playing at Color My Heart!

    Sarah

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