Monday, August 20, 2012

Color My Heart: Dare #12

This weeks dare at Color My Heart is to use Hollyhock, Blush and Olive.  So, one part of the challenge was to use a single layer of card stock.  I had to sacrifice my possible bonus points because I was so excited to try this Artiste cut with this color combination.  Here is what I created:


I may look complicated, but it is not.

If you look at the Father's Day suite found on page 75 of the Artiste Handbook you will find the 2 cuts required to make this pattern. 

  • The Blush card stock is Accent 1 ( no shift cut) 
  • The Olive is an Accent 2 (shift cut).  
  • Both the Blush and the Olive are layered on Hollyhock
  • These three layers are mounted on Olive

To add a bit more fun, I used White Daisy Brads to accentuate the argyle pattern.

The sentiment is found on B1332 Good Times.  It is stamped onto a dimensional element in Olive Ink

If you make an argyle card, please let me know, I'd love to see it!

You Can Create,
Julia

5 comments:

  1. Oh so geeting this cart..love this card and the fun pattern your created.

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    1. L.B. I know a great consultant :) Love the name of you blog... I say "cool beans" all the time.

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  2. What a neat argyle pattern! Love this card.

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  3. What a cute (and very girly) argyle card! You did a great job. And it's a very clean looking card, too. I like that. Thanks for participating this week, Julia!

    Sarah

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  4. This looks so cool with those cuts! Mine should arrive tomorrow!

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