Sunday, January 9, 2011

Curtain Call Act 64 - Guest Designer

Hello!  I've been itching to post this card, but I've had to wait until the start of the Curtain Call Color Challenge {Act 64}.  It's the first time I've played with this Sugar Nellie stamp and I'm thrilled with how it turned out... I hope you think so too! 


I watercoloured the image using the challenge colours (except white), and I just love how the Marina Mist blended into the Pacific Point for the sky...


And, as you can see, I black embossed the image onto watercolour paper.  It makes it so much easier to colour and I really like the look too.


Here are the challenge colours for Curtain Call Color Challenge {Act 64}.

The Curtain Call Crew have samples to show you today, too, so make sure you stop by to see:



and January Guest Designer, ME!

…then play along with us and post your Curtain Call Color Challenge creation using Mr. Linky back at Stacey's Stamping Stage.

I'm also entering my card into the challenge at The Sugar Bowl:

TSB50MarleneEmbossing

Thanks for stopping by!  :-)


Materials:
Stamp sets - True Love (Sugar Nellie - designed by Leanne Ellis)
Cardstock - PTI White cardstock, Watercolour paper
Inks - Versamark, Blush Blossom, Cherry Cobbler, Pacific Point, Marina Mist, Always Artichoke

Accessories - Black embossing powder, heat tool, Aqua painter, Cherry Cobbler Seam Binding, dimensionals

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18 comments:

  1. Yummy!! Danielle- I love this, I wasn't sure of the color combo for the challenge- but you've made it look gorgeous x

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  2. Beautiful Danielle - I just love everything you colour and this is such a sweet image.

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  3. Breathtaking Danielle! :) I love how you use these Leanne Ellis images - you do them perfectly! Gorgeous colours and they way you use them doesnt need much else - the ribbon is perfect!

    hugs

    xxalisonxx

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  4. YUM from me too! Your colouring is beyond amazing!

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  5. Stunning Danielle - the Leanne Ellis are my absolute favourite Sugar Nellies - just so original & I love how you colour them.
    Paula (PEP)
    http://pepcraftchallexp.blogspot.com/

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  6. Jaw dropping here!!! WOW! I love the white on white and boy do I want to color like you when I grow up! This card is stunning!!

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  7. Oh my, your coloring is gorgeous! This image works perfectly with the colors, and I just love the simple embellishment of that rich red seam binding!

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  8. Lovely card Anielle. Love the rich colors on that image... and the embossed BG. :o)

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  9. Wow!! What a beautiful card Danielle!! I love how you colored the image and white background! I love it!!

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  10. Lovely. Coloring is fantastic and the blues blend perfectly!! Adorable image!!

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  11. wow wow wow!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! This is one of my fav images ever!!! I love how your have embossed the image, the colours are glorious...they so stand out agains the white, that red ribbon is just LUSH!!! everything about this is fabulous, thank you for the inspiration!!! Hugs Juls

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  12. Very nice!!! Your coloring is just wonderful Danielle! So glad you're with us this month!!! :)

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  13. Congrats on becoming the January Guest Designer at Curtain Call!

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  14. Danielle, the image is totally cool!!! Love the embossing and you made the CC colors look smashing!!! Beautiful card my friend!!! Hugs ~S~

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  15. You have rocked these colours Danielle!! love this vibrant image, perfectly coloured! Congrats on the guest position at Curtain Call, you are so up for it! :)

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  16. Beautiful card Danielle...love the vibrant colours on the white background. Thanks for taking the time to enter the Sugar bowl challenge and good luck.

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  17. I love this card Danille! You did a great job! I love the Black Embossing. I will have to try that. It's looks like it's about to pop out of my computer screen. Like the 3D effect of it.

    You know I'm one of your #1 fan right? :-)

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