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I’m so excited to have been asked to be a Guest Designer for the Splitcoast Color Challenge this month! And for the first challenge (CC773) of 2020, we have a blue, yellow & brown color combo, w/ trees as the dessert option. I don’t tend to use a lot of brown so it was a good challenge for me. 

It’s kind of funny, but after I was told the colors, I went to bed that night & kept thinking “what am I going to make?”. When I woke up, I actually had a picture of this card in my head. All I had to do was to try create it. And a tree w/ a deer is actually an excellent way to work that brown in to the mix. For the bg panels,  I used some blue Brushos on watercolor paper & just let the watery mixed blues run & spread down the paper. After it dried, I cut it into 3 panels & attached a little cardboard to the backs then onto a deckle edge espresso brown panel. I added a larger lt blue panel behind it then the die cut espresso tree on the left & a saffron yellow sun behind it. The deer was also attached to a matching cardboard die cut & I used Prismacolor Pencils to add the color.

Thanks so much for stopping by!

Supplies:

Stamps: none
Paper:  Staples 110# white, espresso, watercolor, saffron
Ink: none
Accessories:  Rubbernecker Stamps:  Deer FamilyWinter Tree, Deckle Rectangle, Rectangle, Circle dies, Prismacolor pencils, Brushos 

 

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For today’s Color Challenge (CC759) on Splitcoast, the colors are mango, rose & pear. To be honest, these colors are not on my go to list & I don’t have these colors, so I came as close as I could. 

For my card, I first inked a craft sheet w/ distress oxide inks, misted then pressed my paper to it. After I dried it, the leaves were stamped, masking as I went. I pressed some mini Distress inks to a solid version of the leaf, spritzed it then stamped it inside the outline leaves. It still didn’t look right, so I used a paintbrush & some embossing ink & painted inside the leaves & clear embossed them to make them stand out a bit more. The green pear top layer was die cut & the window was cut using my resizing technique to make it longer than a std rect. The 3 little leaves are from a couple of small punches. The fall part of the greeting was stamped & the hello is a double stacked die cut. 

Here’s the inside: 

Thanks so much for stopping by!

Supplies:

Stamps: DRS Designs – Open LeafFall Leaf w Acorn, Med. Silhouette Leaf, Goodbye Summer (inside: Hayrides Harvest )
Paper: Staples 110# white, green pear
Ink: Versaclair shady lane,  Distress inks dried marigold, tattered rose, worn lipstick,  Distress oxide inks in peeled paint, dried marigold, tattered rose, worn lipstick
oAccessories: Rubbernecker Rectangle Stitch dies, double stitch rectangle dies, MFT Hello & Thanks dies, Spellbinders A2 Matting Basics A clear embossing powder, embossing ink, craft sheet, sm. leaf punches

 

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It’s the final day of the Splitcoast Dare to Get Dirty Challenges & I made this for my challenge.
You can find all the details for the challenges HERE. You’ll need to be a Fan Club Member, so click the blue link & find out how.

Thanks so much for stopping by!

Supplies:

Stamps: Rubbernecker Stamps:Fall Leaf Bg, Splatter Leaves, Splatter Bg
Paper:  Staples 110# white, watercolor, ivory fleck
Ink: Colorbox frost white pigment, Distress ink vintage photo, Versaclair nocturne (greeting)
Accessories:  Rubbernecker Stamps: Rectangle Stitch, Splatter Leavesset, 3 Maple Leaves dies,  white embossing powder, Distress reinkers wild honey, carved pumpkin, ripe persimmon, crushed olive, vintage photo, fired brick

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