Friday, January 28, 2011

Moxie Fab World's Color Inspiration for Card Makers Week: The Neutrals Challenge

This challenge from Moxie Fab World threw me a little... The gold from the metallics challenge was a challenge, but getting shades that really went together was almost tougher! Funny though, because I ended up with two variations using almost the same colors!
The Bazzill colors were: French Vanilla, Twig and Smoky.

For the first card, I used a Bazzill Swiss Dot paper in a pretty khaki color, a light cream American Crafts cardstock, that was cut using the Wild Card Cartridge from Cricut and altered using the Gypsy, two variations of the same die-cut sheet from My Mind's Eye, and a section of a Making Memories ribbon. The top layer of the blue die-cut border has some dimensional stickers to make it "pop" off of the card :)
I like this card, but it wasn't really my style... So I took another look at my supplies and found these papers that are pretty similar in nature.
For this card, I used the same Bazzill Swiss Dot khaki paper, part of a sheet of BoBunny Mamarazzi paper, a ribbon in the same colors (I cannot remember what company...), and a rub-on sentiment from the Letterbox line from American Crafts.
I may just give this one to my brother for his birthday. Lucky for me, he has no idea that this blog exists :)
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  1. I love this.. :)) the die cut is awesome! :))

  2. Hey Heather! Thanks for entering the Neutrals Challenge in the Color Inspiration for Card Makers Week suite of six challenges in the Moxie Fab World! I'm so glad you joined in on all the fun! :)