Wednesday, 15 April 2009

Colour Create-chocolate,coffee and cream


The Colour Create challenge this week is chocolate,coffee and cream [perfect for the aftermath of Easter!!]....with the added extra of distressing.

I love this colour combo....really yummy.....so had to have a go.

Tilda has been watercoloured with Stampin Up watercolour crayons and blender pen.....assorted papers and card....the brown core-dinations card worked really well with tearing....flowers are Prima ones I've had for ages,but never quite went with anything I was doing and were perfect for this.....toffee treats from Craftwork Cards....brads and button from stash.....sentiment done on the computer....everything distressed with amaretto ink pad.
Am also going to put this in the One Stop Craft challenge as their theme this week is 'Torn' [thanks for pointing that out,Pinky].

Have spent all day attending a 'paediatric first aid' course [while there has been brilliant sunshine outdoors] so making this was light relief....and I have the second half of the course tomorrow!!!

8 comments:

pinky said...

It has come up beautiful! Love all the distressing and it so matches the little image. You should enter this in onestopcrafts as well as its torn papers this week.
Pinky

Craftyrose said...

It's gorgeous Jacky! Enjoy the first aid!

SallyB said...

I love this colour challenge. How lovely to be able to use some stash that you haven't been able to fit in before. Lovely flowers and I think the quote is great! My entry is on the table just waiting to be assembled.

Chrissie said...

Fabulous card. The colours are so subtle and the distressing is perfect!
Chrissie

Cherry said...

What a lovely card, Jacky. I love the techniques you have used they really compliment the colours. XXX

Sharon said...

This is gorgeous Jackie. Love the tearing and that vintage look Tilda. Beautiful flowers too. Thanks for joining the Colour Create Challenge.
Sharon xx

Donna said...

Adorable card, just stunning. Thanks for joining in the one stop craft challenge.Donna x

Julie said...

This is gorgeous Jacky. I love the distressing.
Julie x