Thursday, December 30, 2010

Curtain Call - Act 62

I haven't played in this challenge in a long time!
Loved the colors though!!!

My card for this week's consideration:
Recipe:
Stamps: Happiness Shared, Thoughts & Prayers
Paper: Choc Chip, Baja Breeze, Copic White, SU designer paper
Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black, Choc Chip, Baja Breeze
Accessories: scalloped oval punch, large oval punch, scalloped border punch, nesties, SU pearls, Copics, dimensionals, SU Choc Chip ribbon
Copic Colors: BG72, BG01, B93, BG75, YG63, G21, G40, G82, Y00, RV42

What's really awesome is that you can color the plain white pearls that Stampin Up sells with your Copics, and make any color you could want or need!! Isn't that cool?!?!? The color closest to Baja Breeze I've found was BG72, in case you wanted this color.

What do you think??

11 comments:

Christina said...

Very elegant...pearls you can color....on the wish list.

Stephanie Faris said...

Beautiful!

Mimi said...

Can I buy that one?

xoxo

AliceKay said...

I love this card.

Vickie said...

You can color the beads!!?? Okay, I am seriously thinking about buying them for my birthday!

Your card is elegant and I love the colors too!

Monika/Buzsy said...

So pretty. Love that flower image and the border... great use of the colors. Thanks for playing along with us at Curtain Call.

slommler said...

Love the card and the colors!!
Happy New Year
Hugs
SueAnn

Kath said...

Great Card! Love coloring the perals, I've used sharpies to color them, the rhienstones too. Thanks for sharing your talents.
http://kath-allthatscrap.blogspot.com/

Rita said...

That's another thing I had heard of about copics--coloring pearls, etc. Awesome! Can hardly wait till mine arrive.

This is such a pretty card. Love the scallops on the pretty paper, too. I hope you win. :)

Tracey Brossart said...

Gorgeous card! Love that beautiful image!

Tracey xx :D

Intense Guy said...

Early Expresso... hmmm.. sounds like a coffee stain... I suppose Late Expresso would be "ewww".

In any case, the card looks marvelous.