Tuesday, January 18, 2011

Papercraft Star Challenge #29

     I have to admit that color challenges are hard for me.  Most of the time they put colors together that I would NEVER put together.  This week's Papercraft Star pallette is no exception.  LOL  Funny thing happened though. The minute I saw those colors I immediately thought, "Hey!  I have those colors in alcohol ink."  I honestly did search through my hoard of papers and didn't have anything to fit the bill so I created my own papers using alcohol inks on Ranger Glossy paper.


     The brown panel is really cool IRL.  It looks like wood grain.  The image is a sweet little digi stamp from Pink Cat Studio called "Lily Baked a Pie".  She's colored with Copics.  The sentiment is a freebie from Pink Cat who are sponsoring our Design Team this month.  I dressed up the card with a little pale blue bling and some seam binding I sprayed with Blue Skies Glimmer Mist.



     Our sponsor this week is The Scrapbooking Cottage and they are offering a gift certificate.  Don't forget our monthly Grand Prize is being sponsored by Pink Cat Studio so link up your project before noon on Saturday so we can put your name in the draw AND check out your interpretation of this week's color challenge.

Have a great day!


Supplies


Papers:  Ranger Gloss Paper, Recollections cardstock, Georgia Pacific
Stamp:  Pink Cat Studio "Lily Baked a Pie" and sentiment
Copics
            hair E50, E53, E57
            skin E000, E00, E11, R20
            clothing BG01, BG10, BG45, Y21, YR20, E41, E43
            pie E31, E41, E43, E47
Tools:  Nestabilities Classic Squares large (S4-126) and Standard Circles Large (S4-114)
Miscellaneous:  Hug Snug Seam Binding; Blue Skies Glimmer Mist; Stream, Wild Plum, and Caramel Ranger Adirondack alcohol ink; Waterfall Stickles, Studio 18 Rhinestones, Inkadinkado Blending Chalks

13 comments:

  1. This card is just so adorable. Love that you used your alcohol inks to make your own paper. And that stamp is very cute.

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  2. What a fantastic way to create your own paper with the inks! I was secretly glad I didn't have a project to do this week...because (even tho I picked the colors)... they weren't ones I would normally use (if ever)...but I am so IMPRESSED by what you did here..don't think I would have thought of it, that's for sure... this card is BEAUTIFULLY composed...you rocked the challenge... as usual!

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  3. What a perfect match to your own blog Tracy! Love the fact that you created your own papers, they look good! And that image is so cute! Hugs, Ira

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  4. WOW.. How cool is that you made your own paper.. so clever my friend. The imaage you used is too cute.. Hope you have a happy day!

    Hugs, Linda

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  5. Look at you making your own background paper! I love it, you did a fantastic job. The card as a whole is just adorable, I love that sweet little image and sentiment!!

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  6. Such a pretty card! Great job!
    Hugs,
    Melissa

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  7. I love the alcohol ink technique you used and you did an amazing job on those papers!!

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  8. You are rocking this challenge. So cool that you made your own papers. The colors really pop and that image is sooo adorable. :)

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  9. Wow. You MUST keep that brown idea in mind for a tag - it would be incredible. You always have the very best ideas ! And the card is adorable. Hugs !!

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  10. I am like you Tracy, color challenge is something I need to work on.
    I think you did a great job on this one, great touch of the bow and adorable image!

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  11. Fantastic card Tracy. I love what you have done to create the paper. Great job!

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  12. Adorable sweetie on your card. Such a cute card!

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