Sunday, 5 October 2008

Back to Olive and Red

What do you think of the new colour scheme? Like it? Or not?

For the card, we're back to the Old Olive and Real Red today – I bet you knew it couldn’t last! I adapted this card from Page 3 of the new Idea Book and Catalogue. I often find inspiration in there – I just flick until I see a project that takes my fancy, then do what I can with the supplies I have.

If you really want to copy something exactly and aren’t sure what supplies are used, you can download a PDF of all the project recipes from the Stampin’ Up!® website, here. It takes a while to download as it's a reasonably large document.

I coloured this image using ink pad lids and blender pens.

Stamps: Cheers To You
Cardstock: Old Olive, Old Olive textured, Real Red, Whisper White
Ink: StazOn® black, Old Olive, Real Red
Accessories: Red gingham ribbon, Scallop Edge Punch, blender pens, Crafters’ Tool Kit

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8 comments:

  1. I really like the olive and red together...great card!

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  2. Honestly the blue suited you more:p

    Love your olive and red cards. In fact I'm here to CASE one:-)

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  3. I like those colors together, I use them a lot throughout the year....I really like this stamp set, I have been debating it since the new catalog came out (SU demo myself too) and this card just itches me to get it :) :)

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  4. I like those colors together, I use them a lot throughout the year....I really like this stamp set, I have been debating it since the new catalog came out (SU demo myself too) and this card just itches me to get it :) :)

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  5. I love the layout, design and colors, Great Job!

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  6. More Olive, I see. The textured cardstock was a good choice here - it adds some visual interest without distracting from the yummy drink.

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  7. Wow, I am lovin' this card!!!

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