Wednesday, April 26, 2017

Color Throwdown #440

Good Morning- Happy, Happy Wednesday!! It's time for another set of colors at the Color Throwdown!! This week the colors were chosen by Wanda. They are bright!!

AND.... who doesn't love pickled deviled eggs!!

So last week Barbara made a card using emboss resist and I loved it so I had to try it out myself along with my Color Burst powders that I have had and never used. The background was made using MFT's Lined Up Dots- stamped with versamark and heat embossed with white detail powder. After spritzing the section I was going to color with water- I "puffed" on the Color Burst powder and moved around with a wet brush. I wiped with paper towel to pick up the excess. This was repeated with each of the colors. I die cut MFT's Sending Hugs and ink blended adhering over the panel. Last I added a few enamel dots. 

The layout is this weeks CAS(E) this sketch.

Some inspiration...

We're thrilled to have Jeanne Jachna - A Kept Life 
-  as our April Guest Designer


Linda Beeson, Guest Star Stamper - Paper Cutting Kind of Day

Thrilled to have y'all playing along!!

Once you’ve finished your card or other paper-crafted project, add a direct link to your creation using the Inlinkz tool at the bottom of the Color Throwdown post. And, don’t forget to use the keyword CTD440 if you upload your project to an online gallery, or hashtag on social media with #ctd440 and/or #colorthrowdown.  

Challenge guidelines are in the right sidebar on the Color Throwdown Challenge Blog in case you have any questions.

The rest of the team...

Barbara Anders - Paper Pursuits
Broni Holcombe - Splashes of Watercolor
Lori Tecler - Inking Aloud
 Wanda Cullen - Cullen-ary Creations
 Jodi Collins- Stamping a Latte
Lynn Putt- The Queens Scene
Lisa Henke- My Little Creative Escape
Amy Rysavy - Prairie Paper & Ink
 Amy Rohl - Ink About Me

Thanks for stopping by!! Appreciate all the kind words!!


Wanda Cullen said...

Wow, this is such a vibrant use of the colors! Love that colorburst panel!

A.Rose said...

What a stunningly beautiful card and so unique!