Wednesday, September 25, 2013

Color Dare 61

Using up more scraps from the Huntington kit for the Color My Heart Dare of the week.



Some leftover olive Huntington paper (after I cut out leaves for the scrapbook pages and the candle) fit the bill just right.  I randomly sponged autumn terracotta and goldrush ink on colonial cardstock, then glued the cutout down.  It's just wrapped with autumn terracotta bakers twine with a few sparkles.  Sentiment - C1555 Count your Blessings.











5 comments:

  1. Took me a couple minutes (and scrolling down to a prior post) to figure out how you made this card, but now I get it. What a fabulous way to use up scraps and create a unique Fall card at the same time. Thanks for sharing your creativity with us over a Color My Heart. I would NOT have thought of this, but now I'm anxious to give your "technique" a try.

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  2. What a clever use of negative pieces and scraps! Your card is so pretty -- and like Becca said, I think I'm gonna have to try this! Thanks for taking this week's Color Dare!

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  3. Love your multicolored leaves with the green veins! This card is fabulous! Thanks for joining us at Color My Heart Color Dare this week!
    :) Marie

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  4. What a clever way to color and create your leaves! I'm going to have to try this out. Thanks for much for joining the Color Dare this week.

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  5. Very cool idea! I love it, thanks for joining us at Color My World.

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