Thursday, July 1, 2010

Just For Fun® Color Challenge #18

OH MY........ it's Friday again. This weekend I'm excited, I have 3 days off and no where to go.......yeah. Maybe it will be a PJ weekend.

So that brings us to Just For Fun's color challenge. Our colors purple, green and blue were chosen by Sherry. There are so many possibilities with these colors. So let's see what I came up with.
Just For Fun is known for their Faux Postage stamps and templates. Each stamp has a template that will match the design of the stamp to make this technique quick and easy. To see a step by step tutorial for faux postage go to Just For Fun Blog. On the left side are Categories, just click on tutorials or faux postage.

Here is my finished cards using this weeks color challenge colors.

Don't forget to visit the other design teams site to see what they did with the colors this week.
Beth Moore
Broni Holcombe
If you want to play along just click on Just For Fun Blog. You do not need to use Just For Fun's images, just use the colors of purple, green and blue. A winner is chosen each week and you may will a $50.00 shopping adventure. Last weeks winner was Elena, Congrats to you.
Just For Fun stamps: F2714 wildflower silhoutte, F2716 Queen Ann's lace, RB7001 background block, UMS7018 sentiments 1 (new images), G1936 faux post grid, G1936T template
ink pads: Adirondack butterscotch, cranberry, lettuce, wild plum
accessories: stipple brushes, spellbinders die ribbon tags trio S3-150


  1. Amazing card! I love how you set up the flowers so that it looks like you are looking out a window into the garden! Around here Queen Anns Lace is considered a weed, but I love the flower! Beautiful!

  2. You make the faux postage technique LOVELY!!

  3. This is so pretty, Sandy. Love that window look!

  4. Love the window. I have yet to try this technique.

  5. Sandy, you are the queen of the postage stamp template, beautiful job.

  6. I love the window pan effect... so pretty! You rocked this challenge!

  7. What a pretty card. I love the colors and the way they blend over from pane to pane.