Friday, October 3, 2014

Branching out!!

SUO Challenge  #106
 The Paper Plunge #2

Ok it's time to check out some new challenges!!  I came across this challenge for Stampin Up only products.. suochallenges.com.  I have also submitted my card to The Paper Plunge  circle challenge.  I CAN DO THIS!!  Hard part will be this blogging blog... :0/ ...well here goes!


The inks used in this card are cajun craze,  crushed curry, black momento, white stazon and baked brown sugar.
Papers used Cajun craze, black, pear pizzazz  and natural ivory...sponges and stamp set endless birthday wishes, woodgrain, flower  and punches. .....

14 comments:

  1. Beautiful card! Love the rich colors on your flowers! Welcome to the blogging world! Just get in a routine of posting and you'll do great! Thanks for playing along with the SUO Challenge this time!

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    1. Thank you!! I love the colors this time of year!

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  2. Hi Tracey! Welcome back to www.thepaperplunge.com ! You're card is gorgeous and I love your play on words "branching out" and using the Woodgrain background stamp. The flowers are colored so beautifully. Thank you for joining us.
    Laura

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    1. Thank you Laura! I was determined to use the woodgrain stamp....

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  3. The flowers are so pretty in the Fall colors and love the use of the Hardwood background stamp as well! Thanks for playing along with us at SUO Challenges :-)

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    1. Thank you!! This is all new to me...I really enjoy looking at all the pretty artwork everyone has done!!

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  4. beautiful card, tracey! i love the rich colors on the hardwood background! thanks for playing with us at the paper plunge!

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    1. Thank you!! I am enjoying this new adventure!

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  5. Gorgeous colouring of the flowers Tracey, it makes for a beautiful Fall card - thank you for joining in the challenge at SUO! Lovely work.

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  6. I love your card! Like how you used the Flower Shop set to make fall flowers. Thanks for the idea. So glad you played with us this week at The Paper Plunge.

    Robbie

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  7. Tracey, your card is just beautiful. The flowers look so real & your card looks like a professional painting. Gorgeous.

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  8. Awe your too kind Helen...thank you!

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