January 17, 2008

Bloggers Challenge


This is my first Bloggers Challenge (#BC WK 30) card! The week's color combinations were Blue Bayou, Real Red, River Rock. This one was a real challenge. I would never have thought to put these colors together. I like the outcome of this card although it is a simple one. It is crisp and clean without the use of DSP. Card measures 5"x5"
Recipe
Stamps: Embrace Life
CS: Blue Bayou, Real Red, River Rock
Inks: Blue Bayou, Real Red, River Rock
Accessories: Round Fire Rhinestone Brad, Word Window punch, Ticket Corner punch

15 comments:

Lynn Mercurio said...

A lovely card indeed. I just love this set and your card has inspired me to get it out and make more cards with it! I'm still trying to work out issues on getting your blog sugscription to work right with google reader, and I hope to get that figured out this weekend. Welcome to the group!

Pat Huntoon said...

Lovely, lovely work, Charlottte, Welcome to the challenge!

Lauren (mytime) said...

Oh this is just lovely!

Lisa said...

Great card Charlotte - welcome to the BC group!

Nikki Bond said...

It turned out GREAT! I love how you left the flower very simple. {SMILES}

Karen said...

beautiful card Charlotte - love this set as well!! love the flower center too!

Amber Porter said...

Very cute card!!

Basement Stamper said...

Very pretty!

Gerrie said...

Hey Char....beautiful card! Welcome to our group...met you in SLC a coupla' years ago...nice to see you here! hugs

MJ said...

Oh, you are not kidding, crisp and clean. Love the look, great card welcome to the group!

Tai said...

Char:

This card is very nice.

Tai

Carole (TruCarMa) said...

So pretty -- I really like that set!

Lisa Bohler said...

It turned out great! I love the rhinestone brad as the center of the flower and the square card idea was good for this image! Glad you are playing with us!

Lori said...

Welcome to the group! Love what you did for your first challenge.

Ida said...

This was a popular set for this challenge and each one so different. What a great idea using the bling for the flower center.