Thursday, March 12, 2015

Color Throwdown: Happy Birthday!

Hello Everyone!

Here today to share a card using colors from the Color Throwdown challenge. It was refreshing to use some bright spring themed colors after making so many winter cards.  

I used stamps from Verve, Hero Arts, and Simon Says Stamp to make this fun birthday card. I also used the sketch from the Tuesday Morning Sketches blog for inspiration.

Keeping the post simple today. Have a great day and thanks for visiting with me. I'll see you again soon!


1. Color Throwdown: 
2. Inspiration Destination: Anything Goes
3. Simon Says Stamp: Things that Fly
4. Cards and More: Chevrons
5. Tuesday Morning Sketches: Sketch


Teresa Kline said...

hi Dori! sweet cad, fabulous patterns and color together! so glad you played along with Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge!

sparkle & shine *~*

Wanda Cullen said...

Love your fun paper pieced balloon! This is a fabulous use of the throwdown colors and I'm so glad you were able to play along with us this week!

Debbie said...

What a cute and fun card! I can't tell if your polka dots are paper pieced or if you used a blender to remove the ink, but I love it!!
Thanks so much for playing along this week at TMS!!

Notes by Nina said...

Fabulous card Dori, I love this blend of papers and colours and this image is so fun. Thank you for joining us for Tuesday Morning Sketches.

StampNScrapJunkie said...

Thanks for sharing and joining us at Inspiration Destination. Hope to see you again and good luck!
IDCB Owner

Monika/Buzsy said...

Super cute card Dori. Love the hot air balloon. The chevron paper is so pretty. Thank you for playing along with us at The Color Throwdown.

Vickie Z said...

Wonderful use of the colors and sketch!! Love that Verve balloon! This for joining us at CTD!

Jessi Fogan said...

Purple & green is always on point! I love that chevron background! Thanks so much for coming to play with us at TMS this week :)

ahlers5 said...

Thanks so much for joining us at Inspiration Destination this week.