Embellish Color Trends Challenge with Hearts

Happy Friday everyone!!!! Welcome back to another fabulous Embellish Challenge…

Ashley and Mac have been working really hard making some changes on the design of the Embellish blog and Embellish Magazine website.  In my opinion everything looks great! The name of the challenge has changed a little bit, now it is called Color Trends Challenge. The inspiration graphic has changed too, and the amazing images are a contribution of the Flying House Studios (Talented Tina and her hubby are the master minds behind  the camera) 😉 In addition, you will find a link widget at the end of this post, so you can link your projects here on my blog… How cool is that?

Well, we are starting the 2011 round of challenges with a fabulous digital sponsor: Tiffany Doodles. If you haven’t visited her store before, please click here. The color combination for the challenge is wonderful and the required elements are ♥Hearts♥… Very appropiate for the month 😉

My card is featuring Triple Hearts digi stamp. Digital images are great, you can resize and print them to fit your design 😉  I love the way my card turned out with the fantastic color combo and those super fun hearts 🙂 Please check it out…
Big Hugs

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

Challenge ends Thursday, February 17th, 2011 at 11:59 pm EST

Thank you for visiting ;) Have a wonderful weekend!



Please provide a direct link to your submission for the Color Trends Challenge with Hearts. Designers who do not post a direct link may not be considered for the prize.


7 thoughts on “Embellish Color Trends Challenge with Hearts

  1. Mariana,
    I was wondering, when you print your digital stamps, which cardstock do you use? Also, Is your printer inkjet or laser? That would help me out a lot! Thanks and congrats on yet another fabulous card 😀

    • Stephanie, I use any card stock I have on hand 🙂 and it works fine with Copics, usually Bazzill Simply Smooth Card stock. My printer is an Epson Inkjet printer. Thanks for visiting! 🙂

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