Thanks for hopping over from Liz's blog. As you know by now, our color from the Color Coach is Regal Rose. I chose the combo Regal Rose, Tempting Turquoise & Sahara Sand. The stamp sets used were: The Nicest Things and Fabulous Phrases. Sandy www.icemountaindesigns.blogspot.com has a very special surprise waiting for you. You are going to love what she has done with the colors. Have a great day! Please stop by again.
I love Rich Razzelberry and Lucky Limeade together. I doesn't get any better than that for me. The Floral District DSP has also hit a homerun with me. Just a quick post to show you how much I love those colors. I used Betsy's Blossom stamp and I have misplaced the other stamp in my room, so I will have to get back to you on it.
I hope everyone is enjoying this holiday weekend. Our morning Chat group, that is sponsored by Donna at Butternut Sage Designs, has a new challenge from our fearless leader. Donna challenged us to make a red, white and blue card. I struggled with this card because it has a special destination and I wanted to make it perfect. Ideally, I would have loved to have some military stamps. You see this card is destined for Afghanistan. Capt. Mazzella is a graduate of Warwick High School, where my kids have gone and still attend. I noticed on the school website that they were collecting items for the soldiers because their barracks, which included all their belongings was blown up in a raid. Fortunately no one was hurt, however, they lost everything. I work in a small office which totals 7 people. Four of the group are technicians that work in the field. Some have been in the military or have children serving. They opened their hearts and wallets for these young men. Because I have 4 large boxes of supplies to send over from all of us. We want to thank all of these men (there were no women in this group) for all they are doing for our country and let them know they are in our prayers everyday.http://butternutsagedesigns.blogspot.com/
I don't know what I did wrong last night, but my blog did not post. I am such a rookie at this! Here is my card for our Coloring Down the Line challenge using Melon Mambo. I also challenged myself by doing a card with no layers. I have two cards for the challenge, please let me know which you like best. Now hop on over to Sandy'swww.icemountaindesigns.blogspot.com to see her fabulous creation for this challenge.
I used So Saffron, Tangerine Tango and Pacific Point as my colors for the Morning Chat challenge card.
We all have such a good time in Morning Chat. Now if you want to see a fabulous card hop on over to Teri's blog.