Thursday, November 27, 2008

KWerner Colour Challenge # 32












This is my first entry for one of Kristina Werner's Colour Challenges. It's also a sneak peek at one of the stamp sets which will be available soon. (Details will appear in the next few days.)

I stamped the leafy branch in Sahara Sand on Whisper White cardstock and the flowers in black on Real Red cardstock. I then cut them out and used foam pads to mount them onto the white card. I also added tiny red gems to the flower stamens. The edges of the white card and the vanilla base card were inked with the Real Red ink pad.
Kristina suggested adding a metallic colour and when I was designing this card, I thought of the perfect colour of pearls which I had in my stash of supplies. They are Pewter in colour and are from Kaisercraft.

Supplies by Stampin' Up! -

Cardstock: Real Red (substituted for Riding Hood Red which we don't have in Australia),
Very Vanilla, Whisper White.
Stamp set: Embrace Life
Inks: Sahara Sand, Real Red, Basic Black.

I love this stamp set and will be making more projects with it - it's a beautiful set.

10 comments:

  1. This is absolutely gorgeous Ramona - I love the details on the stamens. This is a favourite set of mine too.

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  2. Lovely Ramona ! Love your gardenias too!

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  3. Oooo very, very nice Ramona, just stunning.
    Kellie

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  4. Hey Ramona, your card is so full of live as much as the flowers in the picture. So lovely!

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  5. This is a lovely card, those flowers look awesome

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  6. Yes Yes Yes! Wonderful color to use with these stamp set! Love the big red flowers! They are so bold & strong. Great Job! One of my favorites this week!

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  7. What a beautiful card. I used this set last week and I just love it.

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  8. Very elegantly beautiful card Ramona. I can't wait to try this set. Thanks also for all the lovely comments on my blog. You're very kind.
    Best wishes, Di

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Thank you for taking the time to leave your comments about my creations - I appreciate every one. Cheers, Ramona.