It's time for another biweekly challenge at Color My Heart Color Dare. Challenge #437 begins on Friday, March 26, and ends on Thursday evening, April 8, 2021. What makes this challenge a little different from our usual challenges is that you get to pick the colors. All you have to do is follow the 3-2-1 Recipe pictured below. I selected tones of pink, yellow, and green as my Three colors, vanilla and brown (woodgrain) for the Two neutrals, and pink glitter paper for my One item.
For this card, I simply pleated a strip of patterned paper then adhered it to the woodgrain panel and finished the top edge of the pleating with a pink glitter punched border. The rose, leaves, and butterfly were fussy-cut from the patterned paper and added with foam tape along with a few embellishments. The entire piece was added to a vanilla card base. The inside was decorated with additional fussy-cut images. I decided not to add a sentiment until I am ready to use the card.
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Cardstock: Stampin' Up! Very Vanilla
Paper: Stampin' Up! "Mosaic Mood", CTMH Glitter Paper (Ballerina), & woodgrain from stash
Punch: Martha Stewart Loopy Border
Misc.: Foam tape & enamel dots from stash
Love the pretty paper agains the wooden background Melanie. XReplyDelete
I said "WOW!" & my eyes popped when I saw this card! Stunning!ReplyDelete
Love the floral against the wood grain! So pretty!ReplyDelete
Melanie your card is stunning! Those florals and the wood grain are perfect! The colors really pop and are so pretty!ReplyDelete
That mosaic paper is terrific for this challenge. Love the drapery fold!ReplyDelete
Interesting to see the pleated style..ReplyDelete
Fabulous make for Color Dare!
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Very pretty Melanie! Love the woodgrain background with the floral paper. :)ReplyDelete
Beautiful card, love your pleated floral and that you fussy-cut the flower and butterfly from the design paper. The design paper and floral look so pretty against the woodgrain background.ReplyDelete