Tuesday, 12 November 2013

IBS Inspiration Challenge #68

I have completed another card for the challenge at Inspired By Stamping.

      This time the colour scheme was White, Parchment and Turquoise. What a fun combination!
 I really had to put my thinking cap on for this one but loved the end result, so here it is:


I am determined to get my Christmas cards whilst I do these challenges so I am creating very 'different' non traditional Christmas cards this year and loving it.

The background stamp is one that I have had for many years from Hero Arts called Poinsettia and Birds. The focal image is from IBS Festive Frames set. Spellbinders Lacey and Classic Ovals were used to cut the image.

      Hope you are  having a creative day too........ blessings

12 comments:

  1. Love it Liz - fabulous background and your focal image is so lovely. Love non traditional Christmas cards.

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  2. Lovely way to use those colors, Liz. Good for you, getting some Xmas cards done up early. :)

    Thank you for joining our customer gallery at IBS. Have a great day!

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    1. Colleen I really appreciate your comment on my card and glad that I can put my stamps from IBS to wonderful use.

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  3. Yeah on getting those Christmas completed!! I have a few more to do myself and I am done!!! Love the non-traditional colors!! Thanks for submitting it into the IBS color challenge.

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  4. Very pretty, love the choice of patterns you used. Hope you get all your Christmas cards done! Thanks for joining us at IBS!

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    1. Thank you Leah for the comment, I am sure that I will.

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  5. Beautiful card, Liz! When I saw the colours I couldn't imagine them together, but your card is stunning!

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    1. Thanks Cheryl. I had trouble visualizing them together too but just went with it! Joanna has the real insight to put them together in the first place. haha

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