"As you take the normal opportunities of your daily life and create something of beauty and helpfulness,
you improve not only the world around you but also the world within you"

Dieter F. Uchtdorf

Wednesday, September 3, 2008

Kristina's Color Challenge #22

A Kristina color challenge and a HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO MY SWEET SANKARI Hop over and wish her a Happy Day.

The first thing that came to my mind when I saw the shoes lined up in the challenge photo was a tryptic. A Tryptic is a photo, art etc. that all come from the same picture, photo, art piece and are separated and hung together just like the card below... Check out you next decorating , home decor magazine next issue....




Come join in all the fun and do a Kristina challenge... It's a great place to be creative and meet other gals who love to make cards...

Stamp Recipe:
Stamps- "Eastern Elegance, Stitched"
Card Stock- "Regal Rose, Whisper White, Kiwi Kiss, Rose Red, Pacific Point".
Ink-  Same as listed above. plus Versa mark watermark ink.
Ribbon- ?
Scallop punch- Stampin'Up
Stamp -a-ma-gig- Stampin'Up
Crystal Effects(Surprise)
Clear embossing powder
Adhesive- Stampin' Dimentionals, Snail adhesive and ATG gun.

MOVIE watched: I wanted to channel  SANKARI because today is her birthday so I didn't watch  "Sense and Sensibility" I watched "Bride and Prejudice" a Bollywood movie.. It is one of my favorites.. The colors, music and dancing are so amazing.



21 comments:

Marie said...

Love your card Brooke!! Very neat way to get inspiration from her picture. I sure hope to get time to play with this challenge because the colors are so not me and I would love to play outside of my comfort zone :) Take care!!

Carol Dunstan said...

totally love this card, love the little different coloured flowers on the panels. (and nice to see the "watching while creating" catching ;-) )

Angie Tieman said...

I *LOVE* this!! Great design, it's my favorite card with this set that I've seen so far!!

Tamara said...

Wow, Brooke! That is totally amazing! I love it! You are just knocking my socks off : ).

Sankari W. said...

This is a Top 1 card Ms. Brooke!!! Beautiful - simply beautiful!! love the movies you have been watching ! so great to talk to you tonight! sending all ya'll truckloads of happiness!!!

(ps - did i mention that your card is GORGEOUS!!!!!)

Kari said...

WOW!! Gorgeous card! I love how you used the colors from the challenge!! I love the ribbon you used too! The little flowers are so beautiful!!! Love all of it!!

Tina said...

It's clever, cute, great!

kirstyscardnscrap said...

Very, very nice I like it!

Bev said...

Love this Brooke! :) Love how you totally embraced each color and the tryptic was genious! Hugs!

naomi said...

looks like another top 10 card!

Yanitza Ramos said...

Loved your card! Looks so delicate. Also I really enjoyed visiting your blog.

Sherri said...

This has such an elegant feel! Love the scallops too!

Savitri said...

Oh, another gorgeous one from you!! Never disappointed when I visit your blog :)

Stamp With Linz said...

A-MAZ-ING Brooke! Wow, hun, that's lovely in every way! I predict a top ten-er!

LeAnne said...

Ahhhh! So pretty! Looks like another winner to me! Great minds think alike! I'll be checking to see if you're in that Top Ten!
Great photos, btw. You have a budding photographer on your hands. I could only WISH for curly hair like yours!
LeAnne

Shelly said...

What a great card!! I love how you added the colored flowers to the branches, and how you did the panels!

Deanna said...

So pretty Brooke!

Heidi Van Laar said...

So pretty, the little flowers are great.

Megan said...

I absolutly love this card! It is definatly my fav card I have seen done with this set! You do such an amazing job on whatever you make! I've never seen that movie...I'll have to watch it now! :)

Shawntel said...

Brooke, your card is awesome, like always! I love the panels you made! So fun! I have seen Bride and Prejudice, and I love how fun that movie is, the music and colors are so vibrant! So Fun!

Susan (rainy) said...

This is beautiful. Love the three panels... a great take on the challenge piece.

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