Friday, April 30, 2021

Plant a Seed of Friendship - Color Dare #442 "LOC"

This is my Design Team Card for ColorMyHeart Color Dare #442 "Love of Color" using the Try Stampin' on Tuesday Sketch Challenge #504 with optional twist "Nature".  Color Dare asks you to use at least three of the colors from the Palette and my choice is Sundance, Paprika and Sapphire.  

Stamped two of the tag images, colored with Copic Sketch brushes, fussy-cut the tags and then attached to the tag thin cut. Stamped, masked and colored a couple of sun flowers.  One tag was taped to the wood grain background paper and the other was put on with 3D thin foam tape.  The masked sun flowers were added in between the two tags.  The sentiment was stamped in black Mememto black, layered with sapphire and added to bottom corner with 3D thin foam tape.  



 


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CTMH Products Unless Specified Otherwise
Design Paper 
     Wood Grain 
Cardstock 
     Sundance, Paprika, Sapphire and White Daisy 
Stamps and Thin Die (Tags)
     S2006 Garden Tags SOTM - Tags
     S1205 Friendship Bouquet - Sentiment
Inks/Pens 
     Memento "Black" 
     Copic Sketch Pens, alcohol-base 
        B29 (Sapphire), E08 (Paprika), YR23 (Sundance) 
Other 
     3D Thin Foam Tape 
 




 

14 comments:

Vandra said...

I love the wood look as the neutral colour behind and the sunflowers are lovely. I do like how you used the sketch too - its amazing how many different variations one sketch can give.

Michelle said...

I love your card and the way you used our colors. The tags are beautiful and backed with the wood paper is perfect!

MortiCraft said...

Beautiful card with lots of lovely detail. I love a tag on a card too! X

NJ Stamping Queen said...

Lovely card, Sue! I've always loved that Garden Tag set--thanks for reminding me to take it out and use it!
:) Marie

Cat Nowak said...

Love those tags paired with the woodgrain paper! Great card!

Cut It Up Challenge Blog said...

What a really creative interpretation of that sketch! I love your use of tags in place of the rectangles, and the sunflowers stand in for the circle! The colors are gorgeous, too.

Thanks for sharing with us at Cut it Up for our Masculine Card challenge!

Evelyn
http://mylittlecraftblog.wordpress.com

Heather said...

Oh, Suzanne, this is so pretty! LOVE that wood background, and your tags are such fun! What great colors together! Thanks so much for playing at TSOT!

R's Rue said...

So pretty.
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Donna Scholz said...

Suzanne, what a clever idea to slip the two larger sunflowers between the two tags!!! Love your color choices, too! Using the more neutral background allows your sunflowers to "bloom"! Thank your for sharing your card and secrets with us at Try Stampin' on Tuesday!!! -Donna

Majda said...

I love the sunflowers and wood background. So pretty.
Thank you for sharing your creative talents with us at The Male Room.
Good Luck and I hope you will join us in our next challenge.
Majda DT

Shawna said...

I need to work with more tags! This card is so inspiring. It is so dimensional and beautiful. The flowers are colored beautifully. This is gorgeous!!

Daffodil Cards said...

Such a beautiful design, love teh sentiment and the tags. Sorry to be so late in commenting, life got in the way! Thank you so much for joining us in our Wood challenge at The Male Room Good Luck and I hope you will join us in our next challenge.
Faith DT

MA-MI said...

You did a great card with wood on background paper! Thank you for sharing your creative talents with us at The Male Room.

Maja, DT

Fiona said...

What gorgeous colours and a great take on our sketch - thanks for sharing with us at TSOT this week.