Thursday, March 24, 2016

Stampin Up, Pals Paper Arts color Challenge #293


So, as you already know, this week is a color challenge. I'm on the team that does color challenges.  This weeks are 3 beautiful colors, :

Here they are.  My base card is So Saffron and I put a layer on top of the So Saffron DSP Subtles Stack. I love the stacks, and this year they redid them to make them even better.  Beautiful patterns. If you only can buy one, buy the Neutrals stack! Besides being so usable because they are neutrals,  and also because of the gorgeous patterns.

Choose Happiness is such a great stamp set. I think it doesn't look all that impressive in the catalog, but I have used it so often.  I also used Timeless Treasures from the Occasions catalog.  I lightly stamped a few of the flower as well as some texture then stamped 2 of the flowers to put on the top.

The center is some of the really small Basic Pearls.

If you are wondering where my sentiments went, well, one of my daughters has asked for cards with no sentiment so she can add her own use, so I am working on that. It can be so hard to do when you often base a card on the sentiment.

Thanks for stopping by, and if you haven't already, stop on by the challenge and see what the rest of the team has done.


8 comments:

Michelle Gleeson said...

The DSP peek out is a lovely frame for the simple and elegant flower. You brought the color palette to life.

Brian King said...

Lynn - I love how you've used the Choose Happiness stamps here. This is a lovely card with a great use of these colors!

Mary Fish said...

The layering of the background is so artistic and lovely. Well done, Lynn!

Windy Ellard said...

Background is beautiful and so is your layout here...awesome card!

Michelle Quinno said...

Lynn, this is a stunning card!

Rae Harper-Burnet said...

Gorgeous Lynn. Clean and romantic all rolled into one great card.

Terri Orr said...

This card is just lovely, Lynn! Soft, floral, and definitely sweetly timeless!

Katy McGloin said...

Very artistic, Lynn! I don't even miss not having a sentiment...I like to do that myself. Love your combination of DSP with floral and texture images. Well done!