Celebrity Color Challenge PPA59


Don’t you just love these colors together?  Pals Paper Arts sure did a great job putting this challenge together.    I hope you join the fun and create a great design using the colors below.

This is my card design.

I wanted to use my favorite 5/8″ Organza Ribbon on this card but unfortunately it only comes in white so I decided to use my Old Olive Classic Ink and dye it so it complimented my design.

Just use a Sponge Dauber and rub it along the length of ribbon.  I added 3 layers of ink to give it a rich deep color.

Try this with any Classic Ink color.  It’s amazing how wonderful it looks!  I suggest running the Heat Gun “lightly” across the ribbon to heat set the color.  Be careful to keep it moving at all time or it will melt the ribbon fibers.

I added 3 clear Itty Bitty Buttons to the centers of the stamped images.  A touch of Basic Rhinestone Jewels to each center added the right sparkle to the design.  The images are from the Stampin’ Up! stamp set titled With All My Love (118134 Wood-Mount/118623 Clear-Mount).

If you are interested in purchasing any of the Stampin’ Up! supplies  used in this project please visit my online website here.

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6 thoughts on “Celebrity Color Challenge PPA59

  1. Ann Schach says:

    Darlene, this is amazing! There are so many great details, starting with the Old Olive organza ribbon and the rhinestones on the buttons. Beautiful! Thanks for playing @ PPA!

  2. Mary Fish says:

    Two amazing new ideas for me. Love the colored ribbon (never thought to try on the organza) and the touch of bling on the clear bitty buttons. Beautiful work and congrats on being one of this week’s PPA Picks! Hugs, M

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