Friday, November 29, 2013
Ho Ho Ho!  We're using some traditional holiday colours this week at Color My Heart's Color Dare.  Featuring Ponderosa Pine and Cranberry, our Design Team has come up with some great designs ... designs and colours I hope will inspire you to play along!  
*** MY PROJECT: Yuletide Greetings


I have had this stamp set for a while and really wanted to use it, but just hadn't found the right reason.  This is the perfect time.  The two-colour combination really allows the stamp to play hero on this card, showing off the intricacy of the design.  I didn't want to colour it too much, in fear it would take away.  But I did add some silver glitz glitter gel to add some sparkle.


Now it's your turn.  
It's time for you to channel your festive feelings with this traditional colour combination: Ponderosa Pine and Cranberry.  Share your creation on the  Color My Heart Color Dare blog and enter for your chance to win!

2 comments:

  1. Very pretty card, Sheri! Your card layout is perfect to showcase the Yuletide Greeting stamp. Love the chevron striped ribbon and accent sparkles too! Thanks for the inspiration!
    :) Marie

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  2. Very festive card; a great design, as you say, to showcase that lovely pine bough stamp. Also, stash-busting with that striped Ponderosa Pine paper!

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