Friday, May 14, 2010

Green, Brown and Yellow Challenge

This morning I decided to take on a challenge at The Pink Stamper.  The theme was using the colors brown, green and yellow.  I confess, this isn't a favorite combination of mine, but after I started making it, I liked how bright and cheerful it was.  I never thought brown could be cheerful!  It was fun to use the Cricut again too! :)

I made a card that has some funky folds, because I wanted to be a bit different.  If you would like the specifics they are as follows:
4¼" x 8½" card base (scored @ 5½")
3" x 7" center card (scored @ 3½")
2¾" x4" and 4"x 5¼" patterned or contrasting paper

I made some embellishments using the Forever Young Cricut cartridge.  I attached one of the flowers to the base flap with a dimensional so that the top flap could tuck underneath of it and allow the card to lay flat and tidy.

I used Bazzil cardstock and K & Company Specialty Paper "Citronella" paper stack.  The patterned paper has double-sided printing, which I love.

I am still taking Design Team applications!  I would love to hear from you. :)

There is also plenty of time to enter in my give-away.


Sheena said...

Fun pretty card..I love the little pearls at the top of the tulip flower..cute :)

terriennz said...

This one is VERY creative! You're winning for sure! lol

Tracy said...

Nice card. Love that it is out of the box. I never would have put those colours together.

I am seriously considering applying for your DT.

Myrna said...

Great cheery card. I am always on the lookout for cards that aren't just flat so I just love what you have done. Hope you don't mind if I "steal" the idea one of these days.

liz at liz's paper loft said...

wow Shelley! Love the layout of the card! really pretty!


Pammejo said...

Cute card, So bright and cheerful

Unknown said...

love the folding! I will have to try that it looks stunning!!!! I am not a fan either of the colors, but it all comes together on your card! :) LOVE IT!

Nishant said...

This one is VERY creative!
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