Monday, January 10, 2011

A New Heart2Heart Challenge!

The 1st Heart2Heart Challenge for 2011 is on!  I am thrilled to be one of the Design Team members for the next few months, along with some very talented ladies (see the links to their blogs on my sidebar).  We're also welcoming the wonderfully creative Vicki Wizniuk to join us as a guest designer for the month of January.  To play along - CTMH products must be included in your artwork, but it does not have to be 100% CTMH.  There's more... we have 2 sponsors: Haley Dyer and Susan Winters who will be giving prizes to 2 randomly selected players at the end of the month.  Now without further ado... this week is a colour challenge:
Pear is my new favourite green... and even though I chose not to, you can add a touch of sorbet if you wish:

All supplies are CTMH: Patterned papers are Magnifique & Olivia; Cardstock is Pear and Colonial White; Stamp set is Treasure Life; Inks are Pear, Sky & Desert Sand; Ivory Organdy ribbon.
Click here to head on over to the H2H blog to see what everyone else is up to.  Here is a close up:

9 comments:

Mary said...

Such a pretty card! I love the strips of color and the added piece of ribbon for embellishment - lovely touch!

Lorrinda said...

Beautifully done Karen! I love the stitching and the design. The photo staging is really nice ;)

Sheila Bennett said...

Very pretty card. Those colors are so nice and 'soft' together. Really like all the different textures that you used on your card.

Melinda said...

Wow....wow....wow....wow! Love your card. Your stamping is incredible!

Debbie Carriere said...

Beautiful card - love all the patterns & textures :)

Lisa Stenz said...

BEAUTIFUL! I absolutely LOVE your card! Great job! (Of course I am partial to that stamp set. It's one of my favs!) *Ü*

Corina said...

This card is so sweet! I wish I was brave enough to sew on my projects. Great Job!!!

Jessica said...

I love this card, love the layers and the stiching is perfect! Oh and the flower on my card is just cardstock {CTMH}cut in a flower shape{Cricut} about 8 times with a brad in the middle, then misted with water and folded in toward the center and scrunched. Then just let it dry, they really are very easy just let me know if you have any questions!

Kathleen said...

Karen,

What a gorgeous card! I really love the sewing and the pleated ribbon, but your choice of papers and patterns is amazing!!

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