Color Lab Challenge 42

Thursday, May 26, 2011

This week the colors for the challenge at the ColorLab are brought to you by yours truly! 

A while back Julie asked the ColorLab design team to come up with colors for future challenges.  So as I pondered what colors I would choose, I happened to glance at the curtains in my stamp room.  And I realized that the reason why I chose the fabric for these curtains in the first place was because I loved the colors so much.  The logical conclusion that I reached was that these colors would make a fabby color challenge too!

What can I say?  I'm a Crumb Cake girl at heart, and when you pair it with the Soft Suede and Baja Breeze, I'm in heaven.  Good thing my eye settled on those curtains, or else I may never have decided that these colors would make such a sweet card!  Of course, half of the battle when making a card is an appropriate layout to highlight the colors and I chose my layout for this card from the latest MOJO sketch.  I think the two challenges go great together!

Thanks for stopping by and don't forget to pop on over to the ColorLab, check out the inspiration from the rest of the design team, then make something of your own.  We'd love to see what you do!

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7 Responses to “Color Lab Challenge 42”

Olena said...

So cute card! Great job! Olena

Jen Timko said...

Love you for choosing these colors! Right in my happy zone! Your card is fantastic and I love the bow!

Betty Wright said...

Jen, the colors and details with that fabulous tiny tag are all just fabulous1 Beautifully done!

Vicky Hayes said...

I really love these kinds of colours! I love your use of the butterfly and the subtle Sanded stamp too. Vx

Sunflower Stamper said...

Absolutely AWESOME card Jen and these colors rock!! I considered some that were very similar!!

Elizabeth (Beth) Moore said...

This card is absolutely GORGEOUS! I hope you also consider entering it in our current CAS with Kraft challenge at The Kraft Journal for a chance to win!

Anonymous said...

I love your butterfly and how you did the ribbon.