Wednesday, October 15, 2008

Count Your Blessings Throwdown

Did y'all see today's Color Throwdown?? I love Fall and I especially love Fall colors so I couldn't pass this combo up. All of the colors go so perfectly together too. I also found this sketch over on Maria's blog and thought I would give it a try as well. My image is stamped with Palette Noir and colored in with Prismacolors and OMS. I went over the little buckles with a Sakura Stardust pen. His hat is cut out and raised with a dimensional. The Saffron cardstock is stamped with the Linen background. To finish it up, I just sponged the edges of the Kiwi cardstock with Close to Cocoa. Thanks for all of the inspiration today ladies!!!

Stamps: Count Your Blessings, Linen background (SU)
Paper: Kiwi Kiss, Chocolate Chip, So Saffron, Really Rust, White
Ink: Palette Burnt Umber, Palette Noir, So Saffron, Close to Cocoa
Other: circle Coluzzle, Lg. Classic & Classic Scallop Oval Nestabilities, Prismacolors, OMS, brads, Distressed Stripes Cuttlebug folder, scallop scissors, Old Olive polytwill, Sakura Stardust pen, dimensional, sponge

9 comments:

Rachel Hope said...

So Cute!!! Love what you did with that little image!!!

Catherine said...

adorable and love your image...too cute!

Cindy Karasz said...

so cute! I just ordered this set, can't wait to get it!

Danni said...

Love this! The colors are perfect and I love the way you colored it. And, of course, you know I love the little hat on dimensionals.
I have this set, need to get it out and play!!

Cathy I. said...

Love it! What a cute stamp!!! Thanks for playing!

Anonymous said...

CUTE - this set is adorable! Love your colors too!
LOSTie Debbie

Tammi said...

Ohh yeah the colors are great...and this is so adorable, I really like that CB background, really nice texture with that color.

broni (waterchild12) said...

Oh, Kim! I just LOVE your card! Your coloring is awesome and your use of the colors is perfect!! Thanks so much for playing along with us!

Sarah {SCS: Sairabee} said...

This is awesome. I love how you just used a small piece of paper in your cuttlebug. I never think to do that.