Monday, October 18, 2010

Color Challenge


I am happy to announce that I will be on the Splitcoast Color Challenge design team from now until January as one of their sample makers! Today's colors are Concord Crush, Cherry Cobbler, and Old Olive. The added "dessert" option is to use argyle also if you choose.
All supplies are Stampin' Up. New Bells & Boughs set with olive satin ribbon, punches are regular and scallop oval and heart border punch.

11 comments:

Becky said...

This is beautiful.

Edna Morrisedie said...

You will do great on this team, look forward to seeing how you bring the colours together, like the red and blue balance with this image... looks great!

Charlene said...

Two pinkies up for you Joanne! Congratulations!!!

I don't have any of the new SU colors but I can get close...

Beautiful, beautiful Christmas card. Love the border and that ribbon...yum!!

Thanks for visiting my blog!

Betty Wright said...

Joanne, this is truly beautiful! Great size card and the coloring and design are fantastic! Wonderful Christmas Card!

Emily Keaton said...

Congratulations on being selected for the SCS color challenge DT, Joanne!! What an honor. I know that you will make GORGEOUS samples for us :) This one is fantastic--so rich and beautiful!! I love that poinsettia and the great way you've framed it. Perfect :)

Julia Aston said...

Congrats on helping host the color challenges Joanne! Love the design on this pretty Christmas card!

mudmaven said...

Oh how fun! I will look forward to Tuesdays even more now! I love this card. Fantastic - as always! ~chris

Vicki Dutcher said...

Isn't this going to be fun - we are such the pair (of teamates! lol) Glad to be on this one with you also!!

jdmommy said...

I always love to see what you have done, and now you'll be there every Tuesday! What fun!!! I love this card.....all the RED just makes me smile all over!!

Vera said...

Congratulations, Joanne! I look forward to seeing your DT creations. This is a beautiful card with this week's colors. Great job!

Sharon Graham said...

Congratulations!