Friday, February 26, 2010

Raise The Bar Challenge #7

Happy Friday Everyone!!

It's time again for our Raise The Bar Challenge!  Today we're playing with "3's Company" ... no, not the TV show starring John Ritter ... but instead we are using groups of 3 on our creations!  i.e.  3 ribbons, 3 dps, etc.
For my creation I have used 3 different base papers and 3 flower groups.  My image is another beauty from Art Creations Friday.  It is actually a sepia toned image but I have added color using the ZIG photo twin markers then based my card colors around it.

All items used on this creation are as follows:
Stamps:  Endless Creations Inc.
Papers:  Chatterbox designer paper, old olive, whisper white, rose red, Basic Grey "sugared" designer paper
Inks:  Versafine black
Accessories:  ZIG photo twin markers, Art Creations Friday, Prima flowers, Kaiser half pearls, Wright vintage lace, Martha Stewart border punch, gold Pilot marker.

Please don't forget to check out my co-bartenders for more inspiration on this "3's Company" challenge. You can find their links here:

Anita ... Sparkle ... Suzi ... Audrey ... Joni (Head Bar Tender)
I want to thank all of you who have been participating in our challenge!  It's wonderful to visit your blogs and be inspired by your creations!  Thanks so much for joining in on the fun!!
Please stop back tomorrow when I will share with you my creation for the Saturday Spotlight Challenge.  Until then ... stay safe, stay warm and keep crafting!


  1. So pretty Dar....lovely colors, image, and that border is are those gorgeous flowers!

  2. Gorgeous card hun!
    Didn't get time to play last week, hoping to make something this time though. . .
    Teri x

  3. Beautiful card, Darlene! Love the color...hope you're having a great day today--stay inside!

  4. What a beautiful image and card! I love the colors!


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