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Friday, February 20, 2009

KWerner Challenge # 42

Kristina's Color Challenge http://www.kwernerdesign.com/blog/?p=701 this week reminds me of butterscotch..


I looked at the colors and thought of my alcohol inks. Butterscotch, Rust and Lettuce. I have used these colors together before and liked the effect. So I pulled them out to create a beautiful background color. (Side note: There are new colors out in the acohol inks from Ranger and they are on my list to get!)



Since I have done a card with similar colors I wanted to do something different for the flowers. I use a light yellow embossing powder and was really pleased with the effect.

Products:
  • Ranger Alcohol Inks - Butterscotch, Lettuce, Rust
  • Versamark Watermark Ink
  • Light Yellow Embossing Powder
  • Magenta - 09150M
  • Verses - Kiss of the Sun
  • Martha Stewart Ribbon
  • K&Company & Kaisers Gemstones

Thanks for stopping by...

Suzz

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12 comments:

  1. Gorgeous! love the technique
    KarenT

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  2. Oh, Sue! This is so beautiful, very inspiring!

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  3. Your background looks great. The embossing was a great idea.

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  4. 2manycookbooks Dawn SCSFebruary 20, 2009 at 6:02 PM

    This is so gorgeous! I would love to know how you did the background.

    Dawn

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  5. Very Pretty...you made those colors work well! I really have a hard time If I don't like the colors...Weird!
    Beautiful Card.....

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  6. This is beautiful! Thanks for giving me inspiration on how to use my pale yellow embossing powder! :-)

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  7. Beautiful Card! I'll have to try your technique sometime...

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  8. Very Elegant- love the effect!

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  9. WOW! Is this ever beautiful - just love it and I like the fact that you tried a different colour embossing powder - very effective Sue!

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  10. I love that light yellow embossing powder...I never would have known what to do with that! And I love your use of alcohol inks!

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  11. SUZZ!!! This is DROP DEAD GEORGEOUS! Love it! :)

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  12. Okay, so your card is absolutely stunning. I love alcohol inks done that way and your colors are yummy and warm too! You had to mention the new Rangers Alcohol inks didn't you!!!! Now I am thinking I need those.....

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