DCBD Challenge #4


Hey everyone! This is my weekly Wednesday challenge for the Diva’s  Coffee Break Design team. This week it was a color challenge and boy was it a tough one. For those of you that know me well, these are not my colors at all! I am more of a chocolate chip/pink pirouette or chocolate chip/ baja breeze girl. I had a very hard time coming up with something in these 4 colors, but I finally did. I don’t think I have used my garden green pad in about 5 years. It was totally dry when I opened it! I hope you like what I came up with. Please leave me a comment and let me know what you think of it.


For this card, I punched out a circle from a postit note and stuck it while I brayered Summer Sun across the paper, Then I took a sponge and sponged Pumpkin Pie all over. I removed the postit circle and lightly sponged a little bit in the circle. I then stamped the Garden Green grass from the Inspired by Nature set. Lastly I stamped the words in Riding Hood Red. I wanted the words over the sun a little more but I did that last and I wasn’t about to do the whole card over again. I hope you like it. Make sure you check out the rest of the diva designers…. the list is under the coffee cups in my sidebar.

15 thoughts on “DCBD Challenge #4”

  1. I’m with you Lisa, that is a hard color combo. But, you pulled it off beautifully! I like what you came up with.

  2. Our super talented Lisa can pull off anything, I’m convinced:) Really, this is gorgeous! You did a great job with this combination of colors. I really like the softness of this card. Thanks for sharing!

  3. OMG, I love how you did this! You make it look so easy- I’m gonna have to try it (after the holidays are over… so like in January). Great job- this is gorgeous!

  4. Sandy Alexander

    Gorgeous job, Lisa! I’m proud of you for branching out – maybe you can do blue and yellow next! 🙂

  5. Great job!! See I knew you could do it!! These so pull us out of our comfy element that it takes some brain power to do them and thats what I love about them.

  6. LOVE IT!! I’ve been a sucker for this technique ever since I first saw it. Great job with that color combo. I would have never made it look so good.

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