Thursday, November 25, 2010

Thursday'sDream Scheme's


Our challenge for this Thursday's Dream Scheme was to create a card using non traditional holiday colors. This was a great challenge for me because while I love red and green I also like to be different. To start my card I stenciled the flourish (LG713), onto my paper using Ranger

Distress ink, Dusty Concord. Then leaving the stencil in place I the used transclucent paste over the top. Next I stenciled the sm. snowflake (LS26) on white paper using regular embossing paste that was tinted with Metallic F/X Glacier Blue. I stenciled Season's Greetings (LS 91) using Momento Bahama Blue. I layered the patterned paper onto purple cardstock then using mounting tape I popped up the snowflakes that I punched with a circle punch. I hope you have a great time checking out the Dream Team blogs to see what everyone else has come up with.

From here you can go to: itsjustmekim.blogspot.com and check out what she has done.

12 comments:

  1. Really Pretty! Love the colors!

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  2. Georgia! I can't believe you used three different Dreamweaver Stencils. I love every little detail and that color scheme just says cold weather means Christmas is almost here. Loving this parade!

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  3. Love the colors on this one, Georgia! It is frosty and fun. What a great idea!

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  4. Oooohhhh, BEAUTIFUL colour scheme!!

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  5. Georgous!!! (miss-spelled on purpose) Love the soft look.

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  6. Very wintery color combo! Great job.

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  7. Beautiful colors and card! I'm getting so many great ideas today!

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  8. Love these colors and layers of images! What a pretty card.

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  9. This is such a good use of non traditional colors!! Spectacular!! Great job! I hope you had a Happy Thanksgiving!!

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  10. Love it, Georgia. What a great colors to create an icy cool winter feeling.

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  11. Very beautiful. I love the colours you have used. Thanks for sharing with us.

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