Thursday, February 25, 2010

It's all in the details....

It seems as if a schedule is developing here....Mondays are Mocha Mondays....Wednesdays are challenge postings....Thursdays are details days (supply lists of the challenges cards that I have submitted) and then I have whatever pops up for the remaining days....I better start thinking about it!

Here is the card that I did for this weeks Card Challenge at SCC. It was a color combo challenge and this is how it must create your card using the provided color sample and stay true to the colors. They should be dominate in your card, but you may use a little white, black or kraft keeping it at only 10%.

Card Challenge February Week 4...Color Combo:

Supplies Used:
Card: Glossy Card (Ranger)
Cardstock: Unknown (using up scraps)
Inks: Archival Jet Black (Ranger); Alcohol Inks - Cranberry, Lettuce; Sandal; Cloudy Blue
Die Cuts: Cuttlebug Cut and Emboss (Butterfly); Nested Circles (Quickutz)
Stamps: Inkadinkado
Rhinestones: Darice...they were crystal, but I colored them a Bic Mark-it to get it to coordinate with the colors in the challenge.
Other: Canned Air....this was used for Tim Holtz's Splatter Technique that I used to make the background. If you have not tried this yet, I HIGHLY suggest it!!! It is soooo much fun!

Happy 'Almost Friday' to you!!!!


{Sarah} said...

OMG how fun!! LOVE this card and this technique!!

margie c said...

Beautiful! I love the butterfly :)

hugs, margie

Maureen Merritt said...

You KNOW I love this. Awesome technique Pryn :)

Amy said...

Magnificant card Pryn!! The technique was amazing, and it worked perfectly with the color combo!

Oh, and I am posting some more yummy blog candy from Jacque on my blog so check it out and you can enter to win! I didn't win the other one lol, but this one is for Flower Soft products, how awesome would that be!!

hugs chicky!

Emily said...

Thanks for the hottie comment... fellow hottie!!! Sexy biotch!!

This card rocks!! Love it!!

Angie Blom said...

I just love this Kelly.. had to leave some love everywhere on this one.