It's Wednesday and that means it's time for a new Color Throwdown Challenge!
This week, Tammy has some great colors for us which admittedly had me stumped for some time, but I ended up loving them with this waterlily image by Flourishes.
I sponged Baja Breeze ink on the picot-edged die cut then layered the fussy cut image with foam dots. After coloring it with Copics, I added highlights using the peach and garnet Spica pens. The Riding Hood Red border is a stamp from Verve's Bountiful Backgrounds set. A circle of Chocolate Chip CS was placed beneath the picot circle.
We'd love to see what you create with these colors! Remember, if you don't have the exact colors, please feel free to substitute colors that are close! Make a card or paper crafted project and post it to your blog. Then use the direct link from your blog and link it to the Color Throwdown blog using the linky tool. If you post to an online gallery please add CTD182 to the keywords. For more inspiration, you'll want to check out the other design team members' creations: Barbara Anders, Broni Holcombe, Danielle Kennedy, Joan Ervin, Kerri Michaud, Kristin Eberline, Lori Tecler, Lynn Put, Tammy Hershberger, and our fabulous guest designer for March - the talented Bev Gerard! Welcome, Bev!
YR12, YR14, YR16-waterlily
G40, G43, G46-leaves
I am also entering this into Flourishes' Bring Back Beautiful Challenge to create a card representing spring or autumn...depending on which hemisphere you are living in. For more details, check it out HERE. This is also using the flipped version of this week's Sketch Challenge on SCS. Thanks for stopping by and know that I love your comments!