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Love Palette for CCMC419

Well, it’s Thursday. Already. Where did this week go?

I managed to get in another card for a challenge….Still. Working. On. The. Craft. Room.

Today, it’s for Create with Connie and Mary.  As usual, last week, we had a terrific color challenge. This week – a great (challenging) layout –

CCMC419

Personally, I get too caught up in the placement of things when I follow one of these – I shouldn’t over think it. At all. And, neither should you. Have FUN with it!

I created this –

libbystamps, stampin up, Sunshine Wishes Thinlits, Playful Palette DSP, CCMC419

Not too fussy and oh, so lovely!!!!!

libbystamps, stampin up, Sunshine Wishes Thinlits, Playful Palette DSP, CCMC419

All my pieces are adhered directly to the card – nothing popped up. This card didn’t need it.

libbystamps, stampin up, Sunshine Wishes Thinlits, Playful Palette DSP, CCMC419

I think the slight accents of the Emerald Envy DSP and card stock really helped to offset this crazy DSP! I am so happy with the way it turned out.

Sometimes creating can be like a puzzle – the pieces fit, but, don’t really match up. Here, I just kept playing around with them until I got the right combination that matched up.

What do you think? Nice, huh?

Well. Wait. You’ve got to see what the other designers created – some very nice cards over at Create with Connie and Mary. Go check them out and play with us! It’s soo much fun!

Supplies used –

  • Card Stock – Very Vanilla, Blushing Bride, Emerald Envy
  • DSP – Playful Palette 6×6
  • Big Shot – Sunshine Wishes Thinlits
  • Other – Fine Detail Glue, Tombow Liquid Glue
Happy Stampin’
Libby
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12 thoughts on “Love Palette for CCMC419

  1. Very fun, cheerful card! Those patterns work so well with the diecut heart and greeting! Great job with the sketch this week!

  2. I love how we used the same papers and sketch starting point yet created two totally different cards Libby! I love the accents of the green on your card and the bold sentiment and die cut.

  3. I really like that you used the green for the focal heart, Libby! One would tend to gravitate toward the softer pink color for something like that, but this is totally unexpected and I like that!!!

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