Wednesday, September 4, 2013

Coloring Down the Lines - Rich Razzleberry

It's been at least a week since I've done any posting, and I apologize if you've stopped by and haven't had anything new to view.  I've been so busy with work, and throwing a "sprinkler" for our director and his family who finally had their adoption of a cute little girl go through a couple weeks ago.  I'm in charge of decorations (guess you didn't see that coming), but never-the-less, I spelled the little girl's name wrong and have to do the banner all over again - well just the last 3 letters.  Oh dummy, I called my self.  I had it written on a sticky note the correct way, and don't ask me why I added an extra letter - smack in the middle of the banner.  O well .. at least the Sprinkler isn't until Friday - but my evenings are all booked up till Thursday, which doesn't leave me much time.

Now that you know what I've been up to, I did manage to participate in our blog hop this week - YEAH!  The color combination this week is rich razzleberry, pumpkin pie, and old olive, or ... rich razzleberry, basic gray, and basic black.  I chose the first color choice, and thought it reminded me of Halloween, so I kept with that idea.

I guess you just came from Carol's blog - and hopefully you got some nice inspiration there.  Here is my entry for the hop ... and I hope you like it.  I thought it was simple, and yet, so cute.

Card Recipe
Paper:  rich razzleberry, old olive patterned dsp, very vanilla, pumpkin pie
Ink:  pumpkin pie, old olive, and rich razzleberry
Stamp Set:  halloween happiness
Accessories:  deco labels framelit, itty bitty punches (flower), basic rhinestones that are colored with an orange sharpie (unfortunately you can't see them in the picture - they are in the center of the rich razzleberry flowers); and stylish stripes EF

Simple it is, but it turned out cute.  Can you see that I popped the smiling pumpkin out a bit with a dimensional?  He looked much better that way, and the card looks so much better in person than in the picture.  

Well, let's hop on over to see what Joni conjured up for us this week.  She's usually way ahead of the game, so I can't wait to see what she made.  Cheerio for now!!!!!


  1. Oh how cute! I love that stamp! Nice how you colored it!!!

  2. Very fresh! I love how you used the texture in this card! Great challenge!