A Card for Embellish Color Challenge [Invitations]

Happy Friday everyone! I am so happy that today is the beginning of a long weekend 🙂 And is also the beginning of a new Embellish challenge. This time the theme is invitations:

These images and colors are so inspiring, Don’t you think? The sponsor for the challenge is fabulous too:   Unity Stamp Company. They have such an unbelievable  variety of stamps in their store! and I am not exaggerating, please peek here. For more details about the challenge click here. The card I made is showing Soirees & Such stamp set. This is a great set, it has lots of sayings and images to make your very own invitation design. For my card I used the images of a frame and a chandelier, along with a phrase. The card stock that I used as the base is gold, but for some reason it looks yellow in the picture 😦  Anyway, the gold gives an elegant touch to my card… well, that’s what I say 😀 Please check it out:

You're Invited

Card stock: Bazzill • The Paper Company •
Unity Stamp Company (Soirees & Such) •
Ink:   Versamark • Memento (Tuxedo Black) •
Tools: Cuttlebug • Nestabilities (Labels 1) • Impressabilities (Diamonds & Stars) • Sewing Machine (stitching) • The Paper Studio (embossing heat tool) •
Other: 3M (foam tape)  • American Crafts (premium ribbon) • The Paper Studio (gemstones) • Copic Marker • Ranger (gold embossing powder) •

You can look for more inspiration at Embellish where you can check out the other DT beautiful sample projects! Remember: you are invited to participate, and you have plenty of time to submit your projects:

Challenge ends Thursday, July 15th, 2010 at 11:59 pm EST

Thank you for visiting ;) Have a wonderful weekend!


11 thoughts on “A Card for Embellish Color Challenge [Invitations]

  1. This card is everything I want in an invitaion! It has the elegance, rich and bold colors (great take on the color challenge BTW) and stylish design! It’s ALWAYS a delight to see your work (think I told you N times…heehee)!

  2. An absolutely stunning card! This colour combination works so well here 🙂 I love how you stitched on the ribbon too 🙂 Tried to do the same for mine, but it certainly didn’t look as good!

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