Tuesday, 13 November 2012

Sahara Doily

The color challenge this week at Dynamic Duos is Sahara Sand and Cherry Cobbler.  Now, I think Sahara Sand is one of the most under-rated colors in the SU family, so I was quite happy to pair it up with one of my fave Regals colors - Cherry Cobbler.

Here's my card:


I sort of feel like I've cheated a bit here, because I cased this card I made months ago, but that's where my mind went when I saw the challenge and nothing was gonna budge it LOL.

I used a brayer to ink up the Hello, Doily stamp to give even coverage.  The sentiment is stamped with Cherry Cobbler ink and the card was finished off with a Cherry Cobbler button and white Baker's Twine.


Thanks for looking.

Products used (all Stampin' Up!):

Stamps:  Hello, Doily; Petite Pairs
Cardstock:  Whisper White
Ink:  Sahara Sand; Cherry Cobbler
Accessories:  Regals button; white Baker's Twine; brayer

Cheers
Karren


7 comments:

My Creative Side said...

This is so pretty!

laughadaisy said...

This is beautiful. I really love that gorgeous doily with just a few perfect touches of red. Love it! Thank you for joining us at Dynamic Duos. ;-)

Bobbie said...

Another Sahara Sand lover! :) Be still my heart, this card is perfect. I love the white on white, and it's simple yet stunning! So happy your mind didn't go another way, and I got to see this showstopper. Thanks for playing with us at Dynamic Duos.

Bobbie said...

Another Sahara Sand lover! :) Be still my heart, this card is perfect. I love the white on white, and it's simple yet stunning! So happy your mind didn't go another way, and I got to see this showstopper. Thanks for playing with us at Dynamic Duos.

Linda Beeson said...

Wow, it is amazing how striking something so simple can be, what great colors for it too.

Deanna Jean said...

This is just beautiful. I love the softness of the card with that pop of red from the button. Thank you for joining us this week at Dynamic Duos.

Christine Blain said...

Wow - gorgeous. I guess I'd better stop telling myself I don't need Hello Doily, hey? Lovely card, Karren.