Tuesday, June 22, 2010

Inkspirations Colour Challenge #28

Good morning!
How is your week going thus far?? Hopefully full of warm toasty days (whether that be due to the weather or being near fires!!) yummy food, great company and some little time for you!! :0)
I was able to play with Keesh's latest challenge again and may I say that these somewhat not often used colours were quite fun to play with! It's not every day you put orange and purple together but these are CHALLENGES so here is my card

My wonderful, talented friend Heather (HUGE WAVES AND HUGS TO YOU DEAR HEATH!) just recently taught "ME" (yes it was very cool to be shown by my best mate how to make something!) how to make these amazing paper flowers! LOOOOVVVVE THEM!! As I couldn't remember the site she showed me I came across this blog LOLLYCHOPS - (SUCH A FUN AND WONDERFUL BLOG) so you can see how to do it too! Do give them a try, they really are SUPER EASY and add that something extra I think to your projects!
Then with a bit of tearing and some spritzing my work/fun was done!

As I was looking at it on my shelf I knew Exactly who to send it to! A very special lady Leanne! She loves purple and her daughter Sarah LOVES orange!! How cool, they call them their signature colours! Hello to you sweet girls!! HUGE WAVES AND HUGS!!
Don't forget the DEALS OF THE WEEK which end tonight!! Other than that do have a terrific Tuesday!
Smiles Sharnee :0)

Vintage orange
Set: Dreams Du Jour, Vintage vogue wheel
Ink: Elegant eggplant, pumpkin pie and chocolate chip
Card: Chocolate chip, elegant eggplant and whisper white
Acc: Haiku DSP, Spritzer and elegant eggplant ribbon


Rachel said...

Beautiful card, the flowers are stunning.

heather cudmore said...

WOW Sharn, just WOW... this looks SOOO amazing! Obviously you got the hang of those roses real quick!! See you soon (I hope);) love & hugs, Heath xx

KimB said...

HI Sharnee,

loved your vintage take on these colours. Your peeled back distressing around the sentiment is a fantastic idea and really effective!And those flowers - yummy! Thanks for the awesome comment too :)

Chantelle said...

Hi Sharnee, you've worked these colours well to create this vintage card - it's beautiful and I love the hand-made flowers. Well done. x

Cindy Major said...

Wow!! I'm super impressed with your card! Love the torn frame and those adoorable flowers!! What a nice use of our color combo!!


Claire said...

This card is absolutely beautiful Sharnee! I just love how you have used those colours together, and those flowers are delightful!

Anonymous said...

WOW! The eggplant and pumpkin pie have by chance come together in my cardstock box and I have been thinking for ages that i *must* use them together. I love what you've done with them here and those flowers are so very fancy. Love them!
xxxx Carli

Christine Blain said...

Sharnee, this is BEAUTIFUL!!!! Love the tearing and spritzing; they look amazing. Gorgeous card :)

Unknown said...

Those flowers look AMAZING Sharnee! They're stunning :-)

3 pink lemonade said...

Wowsers!!! I love love love your card Sharnee. Those flowers are just the cutest, I must have a go at making them one day. Beautiful job. love Sally :)

Anonymous said...

Leanne brought this card to work today to show me, its fantastic. I had a go at making those flowers last night but they didn't quite work out, but now I've seen the card up close I will give them another go. Belinda Phillips.