Thursday, June 4, 2009

Dawn McVey Color Challenge

Raspberry Suite Color Challenge #8 Dawn is having another wonderful color challenge. I love participating in these. I love the colors she always picks and i love stalking her blog and reading about her on twitter. I can't get enough of her beautiful talent for making and creating art. So here is my take on the challenge. I hope you like it. Please leave a comment good or bad. I always learn from my mistakes so if you have any suggestions on photography or anything else, please let me know. Enjoy!


Close up of the crochetted flowers and the embossed leaves and small punched flower and flourish.
I wanted to add a side view to show the dimension of the sentiment and the flower.
I used pop ups.
Paper: PTI- Kraft, Raspberry Fizz, Rustic Cream & Dk. chocloate.
Ribbon: Michaels
Stamps: PTI-Have a Wonderful Day(Out of the Box)
Michaels-Flourish design
Crocheted flowers: by Me!
Button: PTI
Pop Up squares: Walmart

9 comments:

Kelley Eubanks said...

Your card is great! I love the flowers... great job on making those!

Jane said...

Very pretty! I crochet my own flowers too! I'm not good at taking photos but I always 'brighten' them up a bit in Photoshop.

Ange Kelly said...

Love your crocheted flowers!

Scrapping Julie said...

awesome. LOVE The crochet flowers

Mary said...

Love the flowers! Gorgeous!
No advice on the photography - I really struggle with getting true color myself.

Sue Lelli said...

I am impressed with your flowers (I haven't mastered THAT yet!) and I really like how you popped up the sentiment! Cute with the three panels!

Mimi said...

Love all of the dimensions on the card!
My only advice for photographing a card is to pick a window sill and photograph the card in natural light. Not when the sun is at high noon, but early sun or late evening (7ish) in the summer. Of course it will also depend on how your window faces.
experiment and good luck!

Elise said...

Your card is lovely and your blog is delightful! I LOVE the name! You're too cute! I LOVE the flowers, as well: you really made those colors work!

Terri E. said...

Love your button, flowers and brads. Super job on the color combo.

It's a good life!
Terri E.