Saturday, October 4, 2014

Color Throwdown and Reverse Confetti: Trick or Treat

This is my third post today.

The next challenge that I wanted to play on World Cardmaking Day is color throwdown.  I love the natural, fall color scheme.

Trick or Treat

I envisioned the natural colors with the chunky Halloween sets from Reverse Confetti, so I also checked out their sketch and it all worked together!!  The sketch also allowed me to use one of their fun dies.  It's just a simple circle (and there are scalloped circles) - but check out the ridge along the edge which makes a clean and simple frame.



I thought I'd get quite a bit more done today for World Cardmaking Day, but I really do have to consider showering and getting ready to head out and cheer my kids on at a marching band competition.  They are virtually certain to make finals - so it's going to be a late night.  It's been a fun day, crafting uninterrupted for four hours (and, yes, I know I only made four cards) - I might have to figure out how to make tomorrow a card day too!

  • Stamps: Reverse Confetti Spooky Cuties and Spooky Sentiments
  • Paper: Carta Bella A Perfect Autumn 6x6, Stampin' Up Kraft and Tangelo Twist
  • Ink: Stampin' Up Tangelo Twist, Simon Says Fog, Black, Versmark
  • Accessories: Reverse Confetti Circle 'n Scallops die, Pretty Pink Posh 6mm Sparkling Clear Sequins, Hero Arts white embossing powder

22 comments:

  1. SUPER CUTE!! Love that little cat. Best of luck to the marching band!

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  2. You are just rolling along with all these great cards. This had to be one of the sweetest Halloween cards I have seen to date! Nicely done!

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  3. Loving this card, these colours are awesome <3

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  4. Great, great cards! Only 4!? Ha, ha, well that's more than I came up with today, ha, ha, or any other day.
    wish your boys good luck! Hope they'll win. Have a wonderful time at the contests.
    Bye,

    Marjolein

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  5. Hi Kim
    Love this card... The litle cat is gorgeous...
    Hugs Sylvie xx

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  6. How fun!! Love those sweet images!! Thxs for playing at CTD!!

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  7. I have trouble throwing down paper like you. It looks so finished when you do it and I lay 2 pieces down and I think, well this doesn't look right!! Fabulous job

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  8. Super duper cute Halloween card - love the use of the RC stamps and the colors are perfect.

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  9. Super cute Halloween card Kim. Love the sweet images and the way you used the colors.

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  10. You rocked these colors, Kim! AND the sketch! I love that little kitty and pumpkin! Thanks so much for playing the Color Throwdown this week!

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  11. This is such a great card, Kim! LOVE the Spooky Reverse Confetti stamps and Confetti Cuts that you've used...really love the white embossed sentiment! Great way to use the CTD312 colour combo too!
    Hugs,t

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  12. Love this Halloween delight :)

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  13. What a super cute Halloween card...love the papers you used and the sweet little images are adorable!!! Thanks for joining us for this weeks Color Throwdown Challenge!!!

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  14. What a fun card, Kim! Love your little touch of gray in the fence! So glad you joined us for the Color Throwdown challenge this week!

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  15. OMGosh, that kitty and pumpkin are too cute! Darling card, Kim! Thanks for joining us this week!

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  16. Sigh ... when I grow up ... I want to design cards just like Kim!!! Hugs xxx

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  17. Oh my...I've smitten with this card, Kim! The images, colours, layout: everything is simply sensational. The whisper of grey fence: brilliant! And thank you listing your supplies, as I have some NBUS Tangelo Twist that needs attention...
    ~c

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  18. what a adorable card and a perfect take of the RC SKetch! You nailed it!

    Good Luck!!

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