Peachy Challenge 14


Good morning. Today I am showing you a card I made for the PKS color challenge. For some reason I have really been feeling flowers. So I wanted to try using my MCT Scallop & Stitched Circle dies to make some cute ones with the PKS faces on them. Since this was a color challenge I found that the DCWV Cotton Bloom stack had all the colors for this challenge so I decided to use this stack.

This is an A2 card so I cut the yellow paper just slightly smaller then the card and the red color is 5x4 inches so that you could see the pretty yellow a little more. I used my Martha Stewart scallop punch on the green and then just cut it down just a little until I liked the way it all looked behind the flower faces. I then used my Cuttle bug to cut out the flowers, inked the edges using Distress Ink in Tea Dye, used some pop dots on the flowers and then some glossy accents on the eyes. The sentiment is from Teresa Collins card sentiments that I inked up using tea dye again.


I am entering this card at the color challenge over at Peachy Keen Stamps


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Thank you for stopping by today. I hope you enjoyed my card.

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8 comments:

VICTORIA said...

Good job on your Card Amy. Good luck with the challenge :)

Michelle said...

very cute I like the way you used all the punches !! love this time of year everything is so flowery !! makes me happy ☺ Thanks so ,much for linking up with us at Peachy Keen this week !!!!

Michelle-DT
www.scrappinwithmybug.com

Judy said...

this is so cute. I love the colors.
Judy

Melissa said...

Such elegant take on the color challenge. Lovely entry-

Glora said...

SO sweet! This is such a cheerful get well card it is certain to get a huge SMILE from the recipient! Hugs- Glora

Jennie Garcia said...

That is so cute and adorable!! I need to get that border punch!!
Thanks For Playing with us @ PKS!!
TFS!! Take Care!!
Jennie @ http://earthyscrap.blogspot.com/

Amy E said...

This is an insanely cute card!!!!!

Trendy Twine said...

Love the bright and happy colors.

Lesley @ Trendy Twine