Wednesday, October 12, 2016

Color Throwdown #414



Happy hump day and welcome to another Color Throwdown Challenge! Amy Rohl is our hostess this week and she's chosen an awesome color combo - aqua, lime green and gray! Here is my card...

The challenge was perfect for me to use my two favorite distress inks - Peacock Feathers and Twisted Citron.  I smooshed ink on acrylic blocks, spritzed with water then pressed some Ranger watercolor cardstock over the blocks until I had a good mix of color.  I dried the ink with a heat gun between color changes.  The watercoloring makes this card eligible for Concord and 9th's second Where Creativity Meets C9 Challenge.

STAMPS: Love You. Mean It and Barnwood Background by Concord and 9th.
INK: Silver Lining, Fairy Dust (WPlus9); Peacock Feathers, Twisted Citron (Tim Holtz' distress inks); Versafine Onyx Black. 
DIES:  By Your Side Bird die by Concord and 9th; Traditional Tags STAX by MFT.

For more details on how to play along, head on over to the Color Throwdown Blog and you'll find the information on the right sidebar!  You can also visit the rest of the design team's creations for more inspiration...see links below:
Amy Rohl 

Amy Rysavy
Barbara Anders  
Broni Holcombe   
Jodi Collins 
Lisa Henke
Lori Tecler
Lynn Put  
Vickie Zimmer 
Wanda Cullen (you are here)  


 

7 comments:

Lisa H. said...

darling! love those birds and this card.

Cynthia Cole said...

Adorable card!

Lindsey said...

This card is just fabulous! Your watercolored birds are amazing! Thank you so much for joining us for our Watercolor Challenge at Where Creativity Meets C9. PS I smiled when I saw that you are from the Shenandoah Valley...we just drove through there today. :)

Rosemary said...

love the watercoloring on the birds!! fabulous design!!

Amy Rohl said...

Amazing coloring technique on the birds, Wanda!

Kreative Kymona said...

Hey Wanda!! Great watercoloring. I love the blue's and green's you used. Nicely done. Thanks for playing along with the Where Creativity Meets C9 Challenge.

Emily Midgett said...

Gorgeous! That rustic woodgrain background is the perfect foil for your pretty watercolored birdies! Thank you for joining us at Where Creativity Meets C9!!