6/2 Something Different & Fun

We had a busy weekend here at the Kalthoff house. My daughters, l to r, Kari, Kasey and Karel performed in Candyland, an original ballet by Laura McClanahan. They did an outstanding job and made mom and dad so very proud. Becoming a ballerina is a lot of work but they are very dedicated to their art. I found a jewelry color inspiration challenge today that I decided to try . . . something different and fun. You can check out the challenge at Stacey's Stamping Stage.

I decided to use one of the Last Chance Sets. Pretty Amazing is a great set for these colors - you can make a hummingbird any color as long as she's bright, right?

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Supplies: (Items in RED will be retired from the catalog. Get them now while supplies last!)
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Stamps: Pretty Amazing (115050)
Paper: Riding Hood Red (111348), Basic Black (102851), Taken With Teal (101584), Pumpkin Pie (105117), Whisper White (100730)
Ink: Basic Black (101179), Riding Hood Red (111836), Taken With Teal (103257), Pumpkin Pie (105216)
Accessories: Big Shot Machine (113439), Birds & Blooms Die (113485), BoHo Blossoms Punch (110711), 1 3/4" Circle Punch (112004), Scallop Edge Punch (112091), Earth Elements Brads (106955), 1/4" Black Grosgrain Ribbon (109027), Dimensionals (104430), Aqua Painter (103954)

Comments

LeAnne said…
Wow, Kay, what beautiful daughters! And your jewelry-inspired card is very vivid and beautiful too! I haven't attempted that one yet! LOL!
Stacey Schafer said…
You couldn't have picked a better stamp set to use...This IS amazing! I love your layout and use of the color combination! Thanks so much for playing along in the JCI39, Kay!
Susan Shields said…
Wow, awesome card! I love how you pulled all the colors into this!
Rochelle said…
Great job coloring the humming bird! They are funny little birds. (I was in the garden today and two of them chasing each other flew within feet of my head...I jumped!)
Julie said…
Kay - congrats on another showcase card. I saw it earlier today and remembered it from regionals.