Tuesday, March 27, 2012

Farewell UDI And Great Day Simply Sent

Today will be my last post as a member of the Utah Divas International Color Challenge… It’s been a great ride with wonderfully creative Design Team Members!  As explained in THIS post about the Splitcoaststampers CreativeCrew and current Blog Candy, I’m moving on to other challenges!

Today’s UDI 80 Color Challenge reminded me of an Amish Quilt Block with altering squares, layers of color and a pop of black!UDI80_Sharon_Field

The center square on today’s card features Paisley Petals Designer Series Paper (DSP) and even more colors than the challenge, LOL!

UDI80_Createdbyu_blogspot_Sharon_FieldToday’s Color Challenge included:

  • Basic Black
  • Certainly Celery
  • Island Indigo
  • Old Olive
  • Not Quite Navy
  • Rich Razzleberry

Card stock colors… to which I added:

  • Cherry Cobbler and
  • Very Vanilla

Play along with the Utah Divas Color Challenge this week… create a project using the challenge colors, and then visit Utah Divas International to upload your creation using the linky tool… you know the drill!

Here’s another card we made at last Saturday’s 12 card Simply Sent and Blossom Die Cuts Class.   Clean and simple great day card kit sample by Sharon Field

The Great Day Simply Sent Card Kit includes pre-cut Bashful Blue Ribbon, an assortment die cut flowers and trim stickers with enough supplies to make 8 cards!  We added a  few punched elements, stamped sentiment and basic pearl jewels.punched elements, stamped sentiment and basic pearls added to card kit contentItty Bitty Punch Pack Flowers were punched from Daffodil Delight and rose red card stock, and a 3/4” circle was punched from Pretty In Pink card stock as well.rose red ink, teeny tiny wishes and punched elementsHappy Birthday… from Teeny Tiny Wishes, was stamped using Rose Red ink and punched using the word window punch before layering onto a bashful blue modern label punched accent.

Tomorrow I’ll be sharing a new creative challenge from the Stampin’ Queens Sketch Challenge Group… hope you’ll stop back by to say hi!  Don’t forget to leave a comment or shop my online stampin’ up! store to enter the current blog candy give-away too!

I look forward to reading your comments!



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Stamps:  Teeny Tiny Wishes  WM 115370

Papers: Great Day Simply Sent Card Kit 122375, Pretty In Pink 100459, Daffodil Delight 119683, Rose Red  102544

Ink:  Rose Red 101778

Terrific Tools:  Itty Bitty Punch Pack 118309, 3/4” Circle Punch 119873, Word Window Punch 119857, Modern Label Punch 119849

Awesome Accessories:  Rose Red Stampin’ Write Marker 100063, Basic Pearls Jewels 119247

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Elaine Wheeler said...

What a lovely card I love all the colours Hugs Elaine

Lorican said...

Your card reminds me of a nice warm quilt on a cold winters night well done! I am sure you will be much happier designing for splitcoast stampers! Good luck!

Charlotte said...

As a quilter, I LOVE the card you created for your last UDI challenge!! You're sure going out in style! Your Saturday class must have had a ball creating such a fun, happy card! Wish there were a demonstrator near here who held classes. You make your classes sound like such fun!

Patricia Huber said...

I love this "Amish" quilt card and always enjoy your comments. Keep up the good work!

ellouise1969 said...

The 1st card is a real spin out Sharon....soooo looks like a quilting square. Your creative mind is so inspirational.

Kelly Wentling said...

Hi Sharon! Your card really does look like a quilt square. So different and pretty. I will miss you on UDI, that is how I found your blog, but look forward to your new design team post on Splitcoaststampers. I'm excited for you!

Cindy Ware said...

The 'quilt block' card is super! And of course I loved making the 2nd card in your class! It's such a bright, cheery card!

Patrice H said...

Love both cards but I think I like the patchwork one the best. I really think the Simply Sent cards are a really good value for what all you get in the set.