Sunday, December 13, 2009

Color Throwdown #72

These 2 cards were made for the Color Throwdown Challenge. Click here or on the photo below to check them out. When I read that this combo was inspired by the Eskimo Kisses DSP I knew I had to try this because I also have that DSP. Of the 2 cards above I absolutely love the top one, and find that the second one is missing something. What do you think?
The Recipe:
1. Paper: Whisper White, Wild Wasabi, Riding Hood Red
2. Ink: Riding Hood Red, Chocolate Chip
3. Stamps: Tree Trimmings, Christmas Greetings
4. Accessories: Stampin Dimensionals


Mona L. Pendleton said...

Cute card! I love those SU ornament images & your use of Basic Grey DP Eskimo Kisses! Thanks for the sweet comment on my blog :)

Beverly Gotthardt said...

That patterned paper was sure the right colors, I think you pulled it off too. On the second card maybe a few tiny rhinestone dots on the ornaments.I think I replied to your blog candy, can't believe somebody didn't claim the Halloween, it looks great.

Stef H (Glitterbabe) said...

hi sandra: thanks so much for visiting my blog and leaving your link. your cards are just stunning. i will definitely help you get to 100 followers - i'll become one. i remember how exciting it was when i hit 100. then 200 and now i'm at 216 and would love to hit 250. is that being greedy????? or needy???? lol.

looking forward to seeing more of you.

and i wish you a truly blessed holiday.


LeAnne said...

Sandra, I think these are lovely and was so glad you were able to play! Perhaps some ribbon at the top of your panel on the second one? But really, I love that CAS style, so I think it is fine just the way it is!

broni (waterchild12) said...

They are both so pretty! I think the top one just shows off the ornaments better because of the predominance of white in the background paper. Thanks for playing along with us in the Color Throwdown!

Our Little Inspirations said...

What great cards! I just love the Eskimo Kisses dp and I'm kicking myself for not buying it! I love the ornaments, nice job on the CTD!