Wednesday, July 11, 2012

Coloring Down the Lines -- More Mustard

Here we are again with another Coloring Down the Lines blog hop Wednesday.  This week we were challenged to use More Mustard with Night of Navy and Cajun Craze OR with Old Olive and Bravo Burgundy.   I used More Mustard with Old Olive and Bravo Burgundy.   You probably came to me from Pam's blogsite.  I bet you really liked what she did because she always has something special.

I started my card with a Bravo Burgundy base and some Old Olive on top of that.  The top piece with the crown was done by sponging Bravo Burgundy on Crumb Cake with a piece of netting and then stamped using Black StazOn and the Established Elegance stamp set.  I quickly heat embossed with clear powder.  The crown is colored with More Mustard, and it sure looks like gold to me. 


The sentiment is the From My Heart stamp set on an Apothecary Accents Framelit.  I distressed the Crumb Cake piece with Bravo Burgundy.  You can't see it in the picture, but I also distressed the Old Olive layer by flicking some Bravo Burgundy inker with a paint brush and water.

Stamps:         Established Elegance, From My Heart
Paper:            Bravo Burgundy, Old Olive, More Mustard, Crumb Cake
Ink:                Black StazOn, Old Olive, More Mustart, Chocolate Chip, VersaMark
Accessories:   Adorning Accents Edgelits, Apothecary Accents Framelits, Chocolate Chip
                        Baker's Twine, Dimensionals, paint brush, sponges, rhinestones, Clear
                        Emboss Powder, Heat Tool

I hope you like my card, and now you should hop on over to Teri's blogsite to see what wonder she has created.  Be sure to come back to visit me soon.

Crafty Hugs,


Andrea L - EnchantINK said...

Very classy, Sandy! Great depth of colours! Hugs xxx

Tracy said...

Beautiful card Sandy. I love all the layers and the way the flowers just "peak" onto the saying piece

Pam said...

Love the card Sandy. You always have great technique ideas. Hugs

Pam said...

Great card. I hope you are feeling better. You always have such great techniques. Hugs