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Tuesday, September 11, 2012

Stampotique Design Challenge SDC65: Color Challenge

 Hello Crafties.....

I always love color challenges-! 
You never know what you might find in mixing colors.
I think it is magical.

So this is what I created for Jane's challenge, Let me know what you think-!
This is a saying that my Mother Always used to say... FYI.

Here are the stamps I used:
6095 Welcome Door
6066 Bob's in a Time Out
6080 TopKnot
6124 Octopet

I hope you will be able to play along with us on this one. 
Thanks for stopping in.
Sarinda

SDC65: Color Challenge 

MUSTARD, NAVY and ORANGE is hosted by my DT Team Member Jane Wetzel

Click the link above to go to the challenge.

13 comments:

  1. Very creative! Love the door garland! XOXO

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  2. What a fun card. Love the opening door.

    Claire x

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  3. This is wonderful, I love those peeping images x

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  4. it looks great, love the heads peeping trough the open door!

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  5. They are so cute peeking out from the door! Fab x

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  6. Clever use of paper punching to create the roof tiles and the door wreath.

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  7. Great door wreath! Love your creation!

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  8. This is fantastic!! Love the fact that the door opens :O) Polly x

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  9. Wow, this is such a great idea, I love it. So clever to have an opening door!

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  10. so much to look at on this, its lovely. x

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  11. Very cool, love how it looks like a little house book.

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