Thursday, October 1, 2020

The Color Hues #3

 Welcome to the Color Hues Challenge #3! I've been loving the Color Hues Color Challenge and especially the inspiration I get from all of you! We are so grateful for the fabulous entries since we've begun, and your enthusiasm in playing along! For our third challenge, we'd like you to use Gold and Cream. You will be aware comparing my photos that this color combo is hard to photograph well. 

This photo shows the details best and the second one portrays the colors better. 

I had the Floral Fantasy set by Papertrey Ink in my mind as soon as I saw these colors. They speak elegant holiday to me, and I added the texture behind the buck using the Evergreen Embossing Folder from Stampin' Up! 

Gold embossing, gold mirror card stock and gold flat sequins dress it up. Remember taffeta ribbon? Thankfully I still have a bit. This did just call for a sweet bow. 

Can't wait to see what you make for this challenge! Check out the blog and be inspired by the team's sample too! I am so thankful for your visit to my blog today.

Be yourself

     Delight in your craft 

          Make something beautiful!


Ida said...

Nice card. The deer is so pretty embossed in the gold.

Nancy said...

I am so glad you gave us a close up of that dear so we can really appreciate the pattern and shine that you achieved. This came out super Cindy! Let me know if you are free to Zoom next week!

Julie B said...

It is a bit of b to photo isn't it but that aside it makes for a very classy card! :)

Leslie Miller said...

What a fabulous stamp and love these neutral colors. Very elegant and works beautifully for a Christmas card. I've been enjoying the Color Hues challenge. I'll have to see if I can fit it into my card needs this month. Thank you for this lovely inspiration, Cindy!

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Brenda in IN said...

The deer in gold is just lovely. I love that tree embossing folder.

Linda W. (ScrappinBari) said...

Stunning deer in the gold embossing and I love the dry embossed pines behind too, Cindy!! Thanks for the inspiration at Color Hues where I've just played for the first time!