Color Dare: 199

Welcome to the Color My Heart color dare! We’re so glad to have you! Here’s what you do: Create a project using the featured colors. Please make sure you use only and all of the colors in our challenge. If you don’t have the exact colors, just use the closest you have. Shades of white and/or black for sentiments and outlines will be allowed (unless otherwise specified).

This week at Color My Heart Challenge Blog our Color Dare 199 – Cranberry, Pacifica, Sunset & White Daisy

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I am scraping the old #100daysofCraft and starting it all over because I’ve been going 2-4 days in between project and that’s not fair or right. So I’m going to make it right and start fresh with THIS project 😉 

SO this is Project 1 of 100!! #100daysofCraft is the hashtag. If you’re on facebook; find me on Jen’s Messy Studio!

Here’s my take on this challenge!

ColorDare199

Supplies Used: 
Stamp Set: Firework Fun (D1689)
Inkpads: Pacifica, Sunset & Cranberry
Papers: Pacifica, Cranberry & White
Accessories: White Organdy Ribbon & Pop Up dimensionals

Take a photo of your project, upload it to your blog or online gallery, and link your post up at the {Color Dare Blog}. You must provide a direct link to your post. Please include a link to our site and our challenge photo on your blog post. You have until Thursday @ 9PM central to link your work.

For more information about our challenges, please check us out at Color My Heart Challenge Blog: http://colormyheartcolordare.blogspot.com.

Design Team Members:
Marie
Grethen
Michelle
Lela
Donna
Catherine
Peachy
Jen
Suzanne

4 Comments

  1. Your distressed edges work so well with the fireworks. It’s a really fun card.

  2. LOVE that distressed look on your wonderful card!

  3. Exciting card, Jen! I love the fireworks stamped background with the sentiment panel done in each of the featured challenge colors–great way to use them all. Thanks for being a valued member of our Color Dare Design team!
    🙂 Marie

  4. So cute! I love your distressed edges.

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