ColourQ #180

Tuesday, March 12, 2013

 
HEY! 
It's time for another ColourQ Challenge.
Here we go with green again!  With this color palette I couldn't hide behind a green leaf.
Green had to be front and center.
It's definitely a challenge color for me, but in the end I created something that I like.

 
To create the speech bubbles I stamped the WP9 stamp onto grey cardstock, cut them out, and then flipped them over.  I wanted the shape, but not the heart design that is on the stamp.  It's a really cute stamp, but not what I wanted for this card.
 
 

 
Thanks for stopping by.
I can't wait to see what you do with these colors.
What do you think, are these colors easy for you?
 
 
 

 
 


Cardstock: PTI True Black, Soft Stone
Stamps: ME Trifecta, WP9 Love You More
Ink: PTI New Leaf, Simply Chartreuse, Smokey Shadow
Dies: PTI Headline Alphabet

11 comments :

  1. So cool! I love your card design. I have problems working with green too..... kryptonite ;)

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  2. Very cute Kara...not so crazy about green either, but you really did think outside of the box by flipping over your stamp. Love it against the black cardstock base.

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  3. Very cool. I love your idea for the speech bubbles.

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  4. Hey….. I love your creative speech bubbles, and cute card.

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  5. Kara, hey...those are such sweet speech bubbles.

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  6. Fabulous!!
    I would have never thought to use that stamp like that...
    so creative! :)
    And the 2 greens would have thrown me too!

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  7. MIxing greens scares me! LOL! I love the funky look of your stamped die cuts. Super clever!

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  8. Kara, I love the speech bubbles, your card is fun and trendy! Have a wonderful Thursday!

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  9. Kara, LOVE, love love this card! So cool how you have the speech bubbles, but the speech is OUTSIDE the bubbles. What a different idea! I love things that are slightly off like that. So effective, with not many elements.

    And yes, I panicked after reading that Google reader is going away ... what?!? It seems like that is what everyone uses. I followed the link in your prior post (thanks) and am trying Feedly. Or will be trying it. It's still clocking : )

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  10. Love your design! And what a clever way to come up with speech bubbles. And so funny to have strange symbols in them--some secret code perhaps!!!

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  11. Hey Kara! Thanks for linking this up to the Speech Bubble Challenge in the Moxie Fab World! I'm so glad you joined in on all the fun! :)

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