Challenging Colors

The Splitcoaststampers Color Challenge this week was to use chocolate chip, olive and vanilla.  I created my card using the brown as the most dominate color and created my flowers and foliage in the vanilla and green.  In truth, I created my whole project and had forgotten to include olive at all.  Ugh.  I was just getting ready to take my first picture when I realized it.  I added a few additional sprigs in olive although I really liked it better without.

KC Butterflies ARe Free 4 right 

KC Butterflies ARe Free 4 center close 
KC Butterflies ARe Free 4 left 
Check out my tutorials on how to create punch paper flowers and floral sprays and wreaths on the top right of blog page. If you want to give them a try I just warn that making these flowers can become a little addicting.

Stamps: Butterflies are Free 538
Paper: Chocolate, Vanilla, Olive
Ink: Espresso
Accessories: Martha Stewart Hydrangea, Pine, Butterflies and Foliage Punches, Nestabilities, Glossy Accents, Paper Piercer, Mouse Pad, Stylus

10 thoughts on “Challenging Colors”

  1. Oh Kittie your card is just BBBB-UUUU-TIFUL.
    I love your take on those colours – Elegant and Classy with a capital ‘K’!

  2. Lovely card, Kittie. At least you give those color challenges a try whether you’re always happy with the outcome or not. I guess I just have to have too much control to let someone else pick my colors! LOL!!! I keep thinking I’ll try a sketch challenge, but so far haven’t done that either.

  3. Absolutely gorgous! I will be making flowers forever…however, I love it and appreciate your creative juices. I look forward every morning for your beautiful inspirations…


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