Thursday, February 9, 2017

Oh how I long . . .

. . . for the dog days of summer!


TODAY . . .

{Big Sigh}   Oh well, it is February in Ohio, USA so I shouldn't complain!!
Instead I'll just keep making cards that remind me of warmer times yet to come.
Like the card I have to share with you today.

The fun challenge offered up at the Watercooler Wednesday Challenge Blog is a color challenge and I thought I'd play along once again.  I'm really enjoying the challenge themes they've been offering!!  Here are the colors we are to create with this week. 

I didn't have the EXACT colors but I came as close as I could.

This card was created totally with dies (and 1 punch)!
I love creating scenery card like this and I think they can be used for a
variety of occasions!  

Sometimes my dark green card stock shows up black in my photos so here's
a close up to show the ivy vine is really dark green ... as it should be.

I couldn't decide what color to make my butterflies
then I spotted a scrap of multicolored inked card stock left
over from an earlier project and thought that would work beautifully!

A few challenges to share in:
(must remember Watercooler Wednesday only allows 4 including theirs)
Animal Friends February Challenge - No Designer Paper + animal
Happy Little Stamper - Anything Goes with Dies

Well that's it for me today!  Think I'll work on some DT projects!
Always nice to get ahead of the game!

Thanks for stopping by and as always . . .

Papers:  Card stock:  Sky Blue, Hunter Green, Olive green, Guava, Peach, Lavender, White
Dies: Cheery Lynn Designs 'Chicken Wire Frame'  #FRM144, Tutti Designs 'Cherry Blossom Branch' #177, Sue Wilson 'Greek Island Collection Corner, Border, Tag' #CED5102, Precious Marieke 'Grass Border #PM10002, Memory Box 'Laborador' #879
Accessories:  Martha Stewart 3-in-1 butterfly punch, dimensional tape

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