Tuesday, October 5, 2010

ColourQ 53


Aren’t these fun colors Arielle has picked for us this week?  My mind was full of ideas, but I really was hankering to use the Kim Hughes Making the Grade set again, so I pulled out the little crayon and went to work:


This is going to make a fun, happy birthday card for some little person!!  I used a CB folder that was gathering dust, a big scallop punch and some fun buttons!  And here’s the inside:


Make sure you check out all the other creations the Colour Courtiers have created at the ColourQ blog and play along with us! We can’t wait to see what you create!

  • Stamps:  Making the Grade, Birthday Centers, CHF; All Holidays
  • Paper:  WW, Pumpkin Pie, Pacific Point & Pear Pizzazz Patterns DP, Baja Breeze Prints DP
  • Ink:  Pumpkin Pie, Certainly Celery, Pacific Point, Baja Breeze
  • Acc:  Traffic Jam CB EF; EK Success Scallop Punch, Dimensionals, Buttons, Corduroy Brad, Thread

Thanks for visiting!  Be sure to come back tomorrow for the Color Throwdown Challenge!



  1. Those crayons are so cute and I love the inside. These colors are so much fun. An adorable pic of DGD!

  2. Oh this is so cute and the card too! LOL

  3. Really cute card, so bright and cheerful. I agree, it will make some little person a great card. TFS. Love the pictures of your granddaughter you share. She is a cutie.

  4. such pretty colors! Love them together! Precious child!!!

  5. Oh, I love these colors together and your crayon card is fantastic! Look at that dear little baby just snuggling away. AHhhh..........

  6. CUUUTE card! Looks like someone was glad to see her Mommy at the end of the day! (But I'll bet her day with Grandma was wonderful, too!)

  7. we go...That color combo is FANTASTIC...I really want to play. Your card is ADORABLE...I love those crayons! And that little girl...oh that PRECIOUS little girl makes me want to have another...just to try for a girl.

  8. How fun your crayons are. I like your choice of embossing folder.


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