Tuesday, December 8, 2009

Color Throwdown #72

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Here we are again with another "cool" color combination courtesy of Broni!  Be sure to check out the CTD blog to see what they've got cookin' over there---I'll bet there is some blog candy to be won!  Take a peek!

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For my card today, I have used MFT's Cool Yule....what a CUTE set!  I am not very good at making "scenes" (well, at least stamping scenes!) but I just wanted to use all these cute little images, so I did my best:

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All my little images are stamped on SU's Shimmery White cardstock and colored with aquapainters and ink, or Watercolor Crayons.  Some pieces are paper-pieced as well.  The little ice cube is stamped in Stazon on SU's snowflake-printed clear acetate!  So cute:

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Can you see those little snowflakes there?  All the little images have some glitter or bling, and even the snowbanks are shaded with Soft Sky and glittered with a Gelly Roll pen! 

 

I hope that you will have a chance to play with these colors and make your own creation!  Post it on your blog or an online gallery, then link it back to Mr.Linky at the CTD blog.  Please make sure to use the exact address, and linking back to CTD in your post would be nice, too!  We can't wait to see what you'll creatively create!!  And while you're there, be sure to check out what all the other designers have created, and give a  shout out to Carol, our Guest Designer for the month!  If you have any questions about anything I've used here, just holler! TFL!

23 comments:

  1. WOW is this ever cute! Love the non-traditional winter colors used in this scene. Fun! ~chris

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  2. The ice cube is cool! (No pun intended.)

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  3. hee hee, we both used the same stamp set today :) This is so cute and I love how you used the colors for the soft look on this! Your card is just adorable and makes me smile :)

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  4. Adorable card, LeAnne! Love, love, love how you developed the color challenge!

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  5. How perfectly SWEET!!! I love your scene--you can make one for me any time, LOL!!! Love all your bling and shiny stuff!

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  6. You made a fabulous card LeAnne, as always! I love all the details you show and never would've done a snow scene with these colors. Fabulous! So glad I have a snowday to play along....

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  7. This is really cute LeAnne! I can feel the cold off the ice! Have a great day!

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  8. Just look at all the gorgeous little details you've added to this! I love the subtle shading on the hills, the paper piecing, the sparkles you added and that clear ice cube....too cool!! Wonderful card, LeAnne!

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  9. Too, too cute, LeAnne! I LOVE your little scene and the way you did that block of ice! LOVE the bling on the scarf and penguin's hat, too!

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  10. Sigh. This is the most cutest card I ever have seen.

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  11. This card is the cutest EVER! The color combo screams retro to me and I am TOTALLY intro retro now. Can't say it enough, love it!

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  12. are these guys having fun or what....I miss those colors sooooooo much!

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  13. so very cute--love the ice cube!

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  14. How sweeeeeeet!!! I love these little guys!!!!
    Kim

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  15. How sweeeeeeet!!! I love these little guys!!!!
    Kim

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  16. Oh my LeAnne! This card has tipped over the cute meter!!! The rhinestones on the polar bears scarf is such a nice accent! :) TFS

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  17. I think you stole the SCENE! In a big way! tee hee This is lovely! These colors are so LOVELY and you really, REALLY made them look ADORABLE! I hope I can squeeze in some time to play this week! Great to see your fine skills and divine inspiration! LOVE YOUR SHOW!

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  18. This is just adorable! I love the pink polka dot background!

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  19. Too cute, LeAnne! The images are just adorable! I think you made a great "scene"!

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