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Friday, June 10, 2011

Fluttering by with a My Pink Stamper colour challenge

Hi everyone!!

What a great way to start off the weekend - our boys won the game tonight and are up 3-2 in the series! Cannot wait for Monday's game - I'll definitely be heading downtown for that game! Go Canucks Go!!! I had to create a card for a friend's birthday and decided to participate in Robyn (My Pink Stamper)'s colour challenge - use orange, torquoise, and green. I wasn't sure of the colour combo at first but I just love how the card came out! The shades of the colours all blended together really nicely - thank you Miss Robyn! I decided on the patterned paper to use first and once I found this in my stash, I knew it was the one. It is turquoise/teal with hints of orange and green - perfecto!

This is a standard A-2 sized card. I cut out the base layer twice so that I could create a 'fluttering' effect with pop dots.

Materials Used:
  • Butterfly cut from Once Upon a Princess cartridge
  • Sentiment from Pink By Design's Enjoy the Journey Stamp Set
  • Patterned paper from local scrapbook store
  • Creative Memories' Corner Rounder
  • Teal paper from Stampin' Up
  • White Sukura Gelly Roll Pen
  • Small Heart Punch
  • Diamond Stickles
  • Rhinestones
Hope you find joy everyday! Enjoy your weekend everyone and I'm hoping to get another project up this weekend, but we shall see!

Until next time's treasures,
Tracey xox


  1. This was a fun challenge. Your butterfly is beautiful. If you get a chance come take a peek at mine.


  2. Hi Tracey,

    Thank for visit my blog and you're comment. You have also make a nice card for the color challange.
    Just became a follower to you're blog!
    Till next time!
    Gerda []


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