Friday, January 21, 2011

Color Throwdown 125

This week's Color Throwdown challenge really appealed to me. I love these soft neutrals even though I usually prefer brighter colors. The flowers were made after I separated the two layers of blushing bride card stock which made them easier to scrunch. I am really enjoying the seam binding ribbon. I love the texture which has a bit of a weave and just a hint of sheen.  This can be used on a variety of projects, masculine, feminine romantic or clean and modern. The layout was inspired by Windy Robinson's layout in this month's Papercrafts magazine - a very clean yet romantic card. 

Stamps - Bella Toile, Short and Sweet
Paper - blushing bride, very vanilla and crumb cake card stock
Ink - crumb cake, pear pizzazz, blushing bride
Accessories - scallop circle punch, 1" circle punch, crumb cake seam binding, lots of tags die cut, dimensionals, small brads.


  1. Oh, WOW! I'm loving those flowers! Thanks so much for playing the Color Throwdown!

  2. Did you hear that? That was my jaw hitting the floor! This is wicked, Tara! Absolutely jaw-dropping. Love it!

  3. Wowza! This is drop dead gorgeous! Beautiful and classy!

  4. Over the top beautiful! You outdid yourself with this one! Gorgeous!

  5. Soft and beautiful card! Love your flowers! Thanks for joining us this week at the Color Throwdown!