Wednesday, February 26, 2014

OWH - MWT - Teal or Turquoise color challenge

I made cards for 2 different challenges today. The first is for Operation Write Home's Midweek Throwdown. It's a color challenge of teal or turquoise. How perfect, since there is some turquoise in the current 6x6 I'm using.


paper - Echo Park - Here & Now
stamp - Paper Smooches
heart die cuts - American Crafts - Project Life
Doily die cut - My Favorite Things
embossing folder - Lifestyle Crafts
Versafine ink

My second card is for the new challenge over at AEIHeartU Challenge Blog. Their first challenge is to make a birthday card using Avery Elle stamps.




paper - Echo Park - Here & Now
stamp - Avery Elle
sun die cuts - Lil Inker Designs
bling - Recollections
Versafine ink

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9 comments:

  1. Great cards here, Kristie! I love your quirk on using up your 6x6 pads. I need to do this too. :) I am your newest follower and share your name, even spell it the same way! Would love for you to hop on over and follow my blog too! ♥
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  2. Hi Kristie, both of your cards are awesome - I especially like that sunburst die from Lil' Inker Designs.

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  3. Fabulous cards Kristie! As always, great colors and die choices, your layering is superb! so professional! TFS!

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  4. Cute Cards! I like the first one, great use of the paper pads.

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  5. both cards are so sweet! thank you for playing along with us at the AE challenge!

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  6. Your birthday card is fun and colorful! Thanks so much for joining our first AE Challenge!

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  7. Love the doily peeking out like that! Thanks for playing along with Avery Elle.

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  8. This is super cute, Kristie!! I adore that layout, and those amazingly fun colors - anyone would be thrilled to receive this for their birthday! Thanks so much for playing with us at the Avery Elle Challenge - we're so glad you did!

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  9. Kristie, Great use of the patterns in your 6 by 6 pads!

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