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. Wow! what a stunning card …. love it

  2. Really great card Lisa!  Love the felt flowers and the 70s colors.  :)

  3. What a wonderful card!  Love how you used the rub-ons!  :D

  4. Congratulations again on being picked for the challenge. Great card!!!

  5. Kelly Rasmussen says:

    congrats on making kristina’s list AGAIN….you’re on a roll with four in a row now! :)

  6. Congratulations! Fabulous card!

  7. Congrats again! See my prediction was right on.  I knew it was a winner. Your work is so creatively wonderful. :)

  8. Tracy Bayley says:

    Congrats on the top 25…..once again a beautiful card – the picture came out really well!  I have been popping on your site now for a couple of weeks and am simply amazed at how talented you are – am so jealous…

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