March 16, 2014

March Color Challenge - I Like You


Hello from windy Wellington! Wellington is known for being windy, but tonight is extra crazy. We're being hit by the tail end of ex-cyclone Lusi tonight and living up on the side of a mountain, it's pretty intense. 

We lost part of our roof in a storm last year, so we're crossing our fingers and hoping it all holds tonight! Needless to say we won't be sleeping for awhile, so it's a good time to share a card and the new Reverse Confetti Color Challenge!


Ohhh, so fresh and pretty, right? I really enjoyed the last Cardabilities sketch and wanted to use it again. I went with a white base to keep my card as fresh as the inspiration. 


The flower was created with the Petals 'n Posies dies - I'm not ready to clear these off my desk yet! I used some vellum and gold foil cardstock for the laurel. The flags are all made with the Tag Me Confetti Cuts and the fab sentiment is from I Like You

It's hard to see, but I used some transparent embossing paste and a Tim Holtz stencil along the top of the card. I LOVE this stuff! It's so fun to see it dry clear. 

I left the inside of this card blank for now - it could be used for any number of occasions!

Stop by the Reverse Confetti blog for the list of designers with cards to share today. I hope you'll play along with the challenge - link up your creations using Reverse Confetti stamps and you could win some moohlah to spend on more goodies!


 Stamps: I Like You (Reverse Confetti) Paper: LemonLush (Studio Calico) Ink: Navy (Memtno Luxe) Dies: Confetti Cuts: Tag Me, Petals 'n Posies (Reverse Confetti) Other: Translucent Embossing Paste, Star Stencil, Sequins, Vellum, Gold Foil Card

13 comments:

  1. Such a wonderful card! Stay safe and hope the roof holds with no further problems!

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  2. girl! we are synced! LOVE your Lemon Lush take on the color challenge, sister!

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  3. This is a perfect take on the inspiration photo. I like how you choose white as the background. Crsip and clean and reminds me of spring.

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  4. Wow! That must have been a very fierce storm to take your roof away! I do hope there's no more of these and that you and family are safe. Great take on that sketch and love the pastel colors!

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  5. looooove this! what a great cluster of flags and flowers. so cool how you used the colors.

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  6. So pretty! Great job with the colour challenge!

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  7. Love this Sarah, the flowers are perfect!

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