Friday, July 6, 2018

Happy Birthday - Color Dare #300

We are celebrating this week! We have reached the 300th Color Dare challenge. That's 6 years of providing a creative challenge featuring Close to My Heart colors. Here is my DT card for ColorMyHeart Color Dare #300.   Since this is such a special Color Dare we are going to invite the Diamond Award Winner for challenge #300 to select colors for a future Color Dare challenge. Sounds like fun, doesn't it?





How would you like to win a US Priority Medium sized box full of stamps, papers, embellishments? It will be a Mystery Box packed full with Close to My Heart supplies! To be eligible for the prize you must do 2 things--create and enter challenge #300 AND leave a comment on the blog post that says you would like to win this prize. (Must be a US resident to win this Mystery Box).  





CTMH Products Unless Specified Otherwise:
Design Paper 
     Central Park 
Cardstock
     Black and White Ivy 
Stamp 
     CTMH 
Die 
     Elizabeth Craft Designs #1465 "Words Celebration" 
Pens / Inks
     Copic R20 Pink, W1 and W3 (Greys)
     Ink Pads - Pacifica
Other 
     3D Thin Foam Tape 


                                                         


5 comments:

Susan Fogle said...

Sue, this is a very cheery birthday card! I love how you matted the layers and separated the sentiment with the spray of flowers!

Michelle said...

Oh this is such a pretty card! I love that you made the Bashful an accent color to the blue and grey. The layers are perfect for the flowers and sentiment.

Catherine Nowak said...

Beautiful card! I love your cluster of flowers!

NJ Stamping Queen said...

I love all the layered patterns and floral focal image. Great job as usual. Thanks for being a valued member of the Color Dare DT. Your talent and dedication to this blog are much appreciated!
:) Marie

Alyson Mayo said...

I have all that house background paper unused beach I can't figure out a way to use it... I like the way you used it as a background here. The centre floral piece is great - hand cut and I recognize it from the Jan SOTM last year. It looks so fine with the Mink - almost like vellum. Such a gentle and pretty card.