Thursday, March 15, 2012

Hero Arts color challenge card

Hi everyone! I have tons of b-days coming up so I figured it was time to make some cards! For tonight's play time, I chose to play along with Hero Arts' color challenge. Here's the color palette:
Here's my card...I knew I wanted to get my fingers all inked up and chose a couple of Hero Arts images that would let me do just that! I first used the Happy Birthday Definition Hero Arts cling stamp and stamped it on white cardstock in faded jeans distress ink. Then, using the Versamark dazzle, I stamped the Large Blossom cling and clear embossed it. Then, the fun begins! I used small make up sponges and used the following distress inks: mustard seed, broken china, and faded jeans. I started inking the yellow centers of the flowers first. Then, went in with broken china. Those two colors mixed beautifully in spots and a great green color was made! Then, I added some faded jeans ink to the tips of the flowers. After it was all inked, I spritzed some water on my work mat and blended the colors. I went ahead and inked white cardstock with the mustard seed ink and mounted the image on that. I added a teal-colored ribbon and a button with twine. The sentiment was just a dollar stamp and I embossed it in white. The paper is from My Mind's Eye. So much fun to be pushed into using certain colors...The creativity spills out... Hope you can play along, too! Thanks so much for stopping by! Pat


  1. this card is very pretty!! The, and the script all so lovely!! Your work is really lovely, Pat!! Just wanted you to know that your word verification is on...that makes it kind of hard for most to leave comments...they don't want to bother deciphering the codes...I just thought you would like to know...I know that I would:)!! Hope you have a great weekend:)!!!

    1. Thanks!

      I really appreciate you letting me know about the word verification being on...I changed it now! :)

      Have a great weekend, too!


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