Kristina’s Color Challenge #37


As soon as I saw Kristina’s color challenge this week I new just what I was going to do.  You see, I’d been hoarding these big felt flowers for — get this — two years! And, they were the perfect colors…


I’d also been hoarding some rub-ons.  So, I decided to make an acetate card.


The hardest part of the challenge was actually taking the pictures — I had to put a brown piece of paper on my desk,  hope you can see the flowers stamped on the acetate.

The colors + the felt flowers kinda reminded me of some old 6o’s-70’s curtains I saw in a kitchen at a ranch house one day.  Brings back memories of a yummy pancake breakfast with fresh eggs from the chickens outside!  And it’s making me hungry…off to have a snack!

Supplies:  Scattered Flowers DesignBlock, gems, acetate notecard, and small felt flowers by Hero.  I rubbed a white felt flower with soft pool shadow ink to turn it blue.  I stamped the acetate notecard with the DesignBlock using white Staz On ink — love doing that!  Ribbon, hello rub-on and large felt flowers by American Crafts.  The green cardstock was cut with a Nestibilities die + my Cuttlebug.  I put a white cardstock piece cut with the same die on the inside so I’d have someplace to write a message.

28 Replies to “Kristina’s Color Challenge #37”

  1. I love the accetate card.  I have been looking for insperation on making a few and your card has certainly inspired me.

  2. Great card — you have a beautiful and consistent sense of design, Lisa, and  your stuff just gets better and better.

  3. Yes, the rubons on the acetate are very visible. Very elegant card. 

  4. so smashing a card – wonderful!!!!

  5. Gorgeous as always!!! I have some acetate too that’s just kind of hanging out there. I should dig them out! Awesome card!!

  6. Love the all-over floral design on the acetate & the way you scattered the gems among the blooms … wonderful card.

  7. Your acetate card is wonderful!!! I absolutely LOVE it!

  8. Lovin’ this card! (I used the Scattered Flowers background stamp, too!)

    I’m beginning to think we’re cosmically linked in some way!

  9. Oh, Lisa, I LOVE your card!  Acetate cards are so different anyway, so I love to see what people do with them.   This one is just fantastic!   Thanks so much for sharing it!

  10. Lisa, go to my blog and pick up two awards I have given you. They are on the latest post. I love this card as well. I have not seen one card so far that I did not think was exceptional.

  11. Love this acetate card!  I love your “hoarding” story, too!  Isn’t it nice to find a stash of goodies??

  12. Kelly Rasmussen says:

    love it lisa!  those felt flowers are yummy! :)

  13. Oh. My. Gosh! This is fantastic!!!

  14. I love this! It so pretty and funky! I love clear cards, they are so affective!
    In my top ten :)

  15. Love the felt flowers and the mixture of the textures!

  16. Lisa-
    This is definately a winner. Between the felt flowers and the rub ons this card pops! Great job, definately my favorite!

  17. You nailed the colors for the challenge.  Wow.  A winner.

  18. Wow your card is beautiful! What a great take on the challenge.

  19. I am so glad to know someone else hordes  things like me! :)
    I love this acetate card! Awesome.

  20. I really think this card creation is GREAT!
    You will certainly be in the TOP again.
    Thanks for sharing.

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