Sunday, 13 March 2011

CR84FN19 Colour Challenge

Yay,it's Sunday and time for another colour challenge over at CR84FN,it's my second week as Guest Designer and I'm thoroughly enjoying it especially looking at all the wonderful entries and reading other peoples blogs. Here are this week's gorgeous colours and photo inspiration board:


photo's courtesy of Crate and Barrel


I used some Amy Butler papers which I've had for ages but still love them and all the colours are perfect for this week's colour challenge. I made the flower after watching a tutorial by Jules and I'm so pleased with how it turned out,the centre is a Prima pebble.
Why not check out what the other designers have come up with using these colours.


Enjoy your Sunday.
xxxxDebxxxx

25 comments:

Suzanne C said...

Deb... This is so elegant and beautiful! Those papers were made for this color challenge. :) They look beautiful as a background to the lovely flower.

Lisa said...

gorgeous - stunning flower and such lovely colours.

Gina said...

A beautiful card Deb. All of the elements work together fabulously. I love those colours so might join in this week when I've thought about it.

Gina x

Ros said...

This is so lovely and that flower is one of the best I have seen ... the centrepiece just suits it perfectly ... a stunning creation Deb

Mona L. Pendleton said...

Such a beautiful card Deb! Love the doily and gorgeous flower! So elegant looking! Thanks so much for your lovely sample :)

Andrea M said...

WOW Deb!!! This card is positively DIVINE!!! That flower is such a show piece!!! Gorgeous!

Betty Wright said...

Deb, the papers are wonderful and the design fabulous! I am eye-ing the flower. Is it done with bits of lace, fabric, paper or what? Great effect and design!

Ira said...

My mouth is closed again :-) That flower is such a STUNNING centrepiece!! And the papers you used a perfect match! Thanks for sharing the link, I'm off to check it out now :-) Hugs, Ira

Kirsty Vittetoe said...

Gorgeous creation Deb, love the different DP and that lace flower is so pretty!

june lanum said...

wow that flower is gorgeous

Debgem said...

Deb - I just love these papers, and they were obviously made with this challenge in mind! And that lace flower is just stunning!!

Linda R. said...

This is sooooo pretty Deb.. I just love it..

Hugs, Linda

Sue, a.k.a. midwestgirl said...

Love all the different patterns you used with this color palette! Lovely card!

Lisa Somerville said...

Wonderful use of the weeks colors! Love the papers and wonderful blossom you created.

Sue Lelli said...

Deb, this card is just SUPER GORGEOUS! LOVE the papers and your flower is so FAB! Just BEAUTIFUL!

Stephanie Kraft said...

Such a gorgeous card, Deb! Love the beautiful doily and your flower is just fabulous!

Lynnda Hosni said...

Hi Deb....this card is simply gorgeous.. stunning flower and such lovely colors too... hugs..xoxo

Stella said...

My oh my you are such an inspiring guest designer!! Just looking at this; wow... I love the way you paired the pieces of paper and your centerpiece just blew me away. Gorgeous Deb; love it!XX

Monika/Buzsy said...

So pretty Deb. Love the flower, the stitching... great use of the colors. :o)

Ginny said...

Your papers are perfect for the challenge. I love the doily and the lovely flower in the center. Just beautiful!

Diane Burns said...

Deb I just love this card. The lace in the middle looks so soft and fluffy and gives such a soft feeling to this card. I also love the 3 panels and stitching. Beautiful card!

lynn said...

gorgeous challenge card! thanks for the link-gotta try this flower--its beautiful!

Liberty said...

love this, and how funny, I've been using those exact papers myself this week - and they're SOOOO last season too!!!

Joanne Leddy said...

Wow, wow, wow - love that flower! Thanks for sharing!

Maria said...

Gorgeous fab flower and sweet design! Love the papers too!

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