Thursday, July 15, 2010

PDCC #38 & 4x4 Friday: Lupine


This week's PDCC challenge is to recreate the colors of lupine: lilac, purple and lime green. Here's my contribution. All stamps used by Artistic Outpost. Lavender/Lime is also this week's 4x4 Friday challenge inspired by PDCC#38.

14 comments:

Shelly Hickox said...

I love this, Kersten! For some reason I had an image in my mind of what you would create, even before I saw this - and it's exactly how I imagined it. Does that sound crazy? Prolly.... ;-)

Julie Ranae said...

So nice to have you as a part of our team over at The Play Date Cafe this week!
This is a perfect use of those vibrant colors : )

Femmy said...

fantastic 4x4!!!

Lisa Somerville said...

Wonderful use of this weeks colors! Thanks for playing at the PDCC. Don't forget to enter your card on the AO Blog for their monthly referral contest since you used AO images www.artisticoutpost.blogspot.com

Stephanie Kraft said...

This is wonderful, Kersten! Thanks for playing with the Play Date Cafe!!

Gayle Page-Robak said...

Absolutely beautiful! Love the card and the theme choice of colors are awesome!

johanna said...

wonderful art sample and great photo of the lupine!! i love lupines so much, i have a lavender and a yellow one in my garden and they are in full bloom now - what a pleasure!

Savannah O'Gwynn said...

WOW--I love this image and all the colors! I also love the music in the background:) Beautifully done:) Thanks for joining in the fun at the PDCC:)

Suzanne C said...

Awesome design! Love that you used the AO stamps too! Wonderful use of the colors. Love that image of the boy! Thanks for playing along with the PDCC!

Kirsty Vittetoe said...

This is wonderful!

Lynn Stevens said...

one of my favorite stamps sets, nicely done!

Anke said...

WOW WOW WOW Kersten absolutely stunning.

Anke

JeanFB said...

This card is stunning! I love the artsy, shabby chic feel of it, and that is my very favorite AO set!

Ruby said...

Great use of our colours this week. I love the way you've done the row of birds and then the bigger image underneath! Thanks for playing along with us at the PDCC!