Friday, January 14, 2011

It’s the Friday Mashup! Challenge #27

I have to say this is one of my favorite challenge blogs, and I hate waiting until Friday for the challenge – I want em every day!!  Smile 

Anyway, with that being said I’ve already completed this weeks challenge – see girls, I need em every day!! 

This weeks challenge #27 was to make something with the following colors:


These colors are Stampin Up! colors, but you can use something close you might have.  For example I substituted the Poppy Parade for a color in my DCWV mat stack that was pretty darn close. 

Here’s what I came up with, and I have to say when I started this I had NO idea what I was gonna make but I think the end product came out cute.  Since I was really at a loss for what to do I didn’t make a video with this card.


I changed this card a little after I posted it ‘cause it just seemed like it needed SOMETHING to glam it up Smile  I used Pure Glitz on the patterned paper and it gave it just the right amount of glam I was looking for!


What I used to make this card:

Stampin Up! paper – Not Quite Navy, Sahara Sand

DCWV paper – poppy colored

Sentiment – a couple different ones put together, for my friend is from Fiskars, and the AWESOME is from SP & Company – check her new stamps out, they’re great. 

Glam – Pure Glitz Stickles 


  1. Great job! So glad you're enjoying our Friday Mashup! challenges.

  2. Cute card...I love your happy flower with the faux stitching. I enjoy challenges too, I just need more time to play along. TFS!

  3. Awesome Card.. that is the happest flower I have ever seen, what a great way to use these colors. Thanks for having fun with us at the mashup (sorry its only once a week) and thank you for using the banner on your post!!


  4. That flower is having a blast.. Look at that smile! So happy you are enjoying our Challenge Blog.. If you're not already a fan on Facebook, look us up and you can get a sneak peek at the Challenges on Thursday *wink*. Thanks for playing along with ya again It's great to see what you come up with each week.