TGIFC#15- Color Challenge

TGIF#15- Color Challenge

TGIF, Color Challenge,

 

This week’s color challenge for TGIF is certainly going to be a favorite.

Color Challenge, TGIFC15

 

 

I love the touch of gray in this color challenge!

 

TGIFC15, Color Challenge, Stampin' Up!, Vintages Leaves

 

WHOA.  The Vintage Leaves stamp set is now at the top of my FAVORITE list.  The matching Leaflets Framelits are PERFECTO!!  The stamp set is a photopolymer set that stamps SO crisp.  Oh how I love, love, love.

There are a few fun NEW products from our upcoming Holiday catalog  you are SURE to love.  To name a few…

  1. See the adorable wooden acorn element? This comes in a set of 30 pieces that include acorns, a leaf and a cute little wooden banner.  They are dainty and perfect for cards or scrapbooking.
  2. The sentiment for this set comes from a darling stamp set called Cheer All Year.  This set is going to be a fan pleaser.
  3. Lastly, if you look at the Basic Gray cardstock closely you will notice the textured embossing on it.  This embossing folder is called Woodland Textured Impressions.  It’s FAB!

 

TGIFC15, Color Challenge, Stampin' Up!, Vintages Leaves

 

You may notice a little glam on this card… here is a fun TIP:

It’s a little Multipurpose Glue mixed with water and then I used an old Aqua Painter (or old paint brush) and tapped it over my card.  Sprinkle some Gold Glitter over the splatter glue mixture and BAM… a nice card with glitz.

 

TGIFC15, Color Challenge, Stampin' Up!, Vintages Leaves

 

This card puts a big ole smile on my face even though it talks about Autumn.  I’m not quite ready for Fall yet but I do know I love creating with Holiday products.  Total delight.

Okay, it’s your turn to create using these fun colors.  First check out the creative muse from our TGIF design team.  They can get your creative juices flowing quickly.  Click HERE to view.  Make sure to play along and join the challenge.

 

See all the supplies I used below.

 

Supply List

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Comments

  1. Love it … and I was just trying to think of a softer look with those vintage leaves! You did it!

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