Tuesday, July 19, 2011

Pink Stamper Design Team Call!!!

Hello Fellow Crafters! Robyn from My Pink Stamper is having a Design Team call to showcase her awesome stamp sets. I don't have any yet but they are on the top of my when I get extra money I can buy list, lol. I tried in the winter so when the announcement came up, I said, "What the heck?! I'll try again," LOL. The rules are as follows: any project using these colors - orange, green, brown, turquoise and another color (optional) of your choice; it must be made specifically for this call and you have to have a blog for at least three months.  There are other rules that you can read on her site. Here is my card:

Card Base: 5.5" square card base with layers of 5.25" and 5".
Cartridge: Groovy Times. Image and its layers cut out at 4.25".
Paper: Stampin Up (Bermuda Bay, Green Galore), Recollections
Patterned Paper: Echo Park, A Walk in the Park; DCWV Citrus Stack
Ink: Ranger Distressed Inks in Mustard Seed and Spiced Marmalade
ETC: Irock gem and tool for eye; turquoise stickles for wing; buttons from
 my stash.  Ribbon is also from my stash. Stampin Up dimensionals.

I love the colors of this card! I just got Groovy Times and when I saw this image, I knew it would be perfect for the color scheme of this challenge. I used patterned paper to give detail to the image. I love A Walk in the Park paper pack so I used it in the image and for the 5" matte of the card base. I inked the edges of it with the Spiced Marmalade. The yellow in the card is patterned paper from the Citrus stack and I inked the edges with Mustard Seed. The brown in the card is a metallic brown from Recollections that is so pretty in person. I wish it had shown up more. It was pretty easy to make except for gluing all the layers for the image together. Totally worth it though. 

Thanks for looking and all the support in your wonderful comments. I appreciate it! I hope I am picked but creating is the best part of it and that's what counts! Have a great day!


  1. This is a great card, I love the image you used! Good luck!!

  2. Pam, beautiful design and wonderful paper choices. Would love for you to stop by my blog
    Karen www.littlescrappieces.blogspot.com