We're back with a new mashup and this week it's coming to us from Amy. She's a new member to the DT and this is her first time bringing us a mashup so make sure you stop by and play along!
Amy would like us to use the colors Rich Razzleberry,Pacific Point and Smoky Slate. She would also like to see some type of see through element on our project.
I haven't used the 'For Your Country' set in a while and it's one of my favorites so I thought now would be a good time. My husband and I are both Navy veterans and I thought these colors would be good for a patriotic card since about 95% of our friends are either still in the military or have some other type of military connection.
I used Smoky Slate and the Gorgeous Grunge set to stamp images and splatter on the front of the card, and then I took Pacific Point and added additional splatter (that's the Navy being represented :) ). For the bottom of the card I adhered some Rich Razzleberry DSP and added 2 Smoky Slate candy dots. My see through element is a piece of vellum with the sentiment stamped on it.
Come on by The Friday Mashup and see what the rest of the DT did, and then play along with us!
- Create a project using Rich Razzleberry, Smoky Slate & Pacific Point*".
- Create a project with a "See-thru element (window, acetate, vellum).
- or Mash it Up! and create a project "using the colors above and a see thru element".
Stamps: For Your Country, Gorgeous Grunge
Paper: Smoky Slate, Whisper White, Rich Razzleberry DSP (retired), Vellum
Ink: Smoky Slate, Pacific Point, Black StazOn
Accessories: Smoky Slate Candy Dots
Wow...I never even considered a patriotic theme, but these colors do work for that! I really love this image. Great job on the challenge!ReplyDelete
Beautiful, Lisa! I love the strip of vellum for the banner. Great card!ReplyDelete
Love your patriotic card, my husband is former Air Force. :) Thanks for your service! And great job stamping on vellum, that can be challenging!ReplyDelete
Great team card this week. Love how you used the colors together. Perfect!ReplyDelete