Blush Red Dark, Island Mist Medium, Birchtone Light Accent with either Suede Brown Dark or Ivory. I think they are gorgeous together and I will definately be using that combination again!
Well, the color part is fairly obvious... For texture I did two things. The first one was embossing my Island Mist medium cardstock with an Impressabilities. I also added a Birchtone Light Accent cardstock frame. I inked the embossing details to make them stand out a bit more. The bling is sparce, but I added some Zva crystals to the centers of the chipboard flowers and to the letter i's in the sentiment.
Here is a close up look at the chipboard. The Maya road bird chipboard set is gorgeous. I love that it comes with different branches, birds, and wings! I wanted a springy looking branch, so I added some flowers. The bird wing and flowers were stamps with part of a flower image from Penny Black. The chipboard is covered in patterned paper (edges sanded) and the branch was painted, cause let's face it, no one needs that stress! :)
We cannot wait to see your take on the challenge! Remember there are 3 parts-color, texture, and bling. Use colors as close to the originals as possible. Label your card SDDC7 in SCS. Then, for a chance to win a prize, link your project back to the Stamper's Dream blog.
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Stamps-Penny Black (Thinking of You), Impression Obsession (Anytime Messages)
Chipboard-Maya Road (Birds, Flowers)
Ink-Clearsnap (Colorbox Chalk Dark Brown, Blue, Creamy Brown)
Paint (Making Memories)
I have a giant smile on my face today!! I created a pop-up gift card holder for Paper Crafts magazine. I am incredibly proud of it because I worked so hard to make the template work and match my idea. Today, Paper Crafts is featuring on their blog, Paper Crafts Connection!!!! :)