Wednesday, March 25, 2015

Colour Me #64-

Hello crafting buddies!  How are you today?

Colour Me has a super fun and playful challenge for you this week, check this out:


Wow right?!  Such a stunning image and I love shells.  I assume they are abalone, but I don't know. I decided to keep with the ocean theme. 


I love these blueprint stamps from Stamper's Anonymous, the seahorse is super fun.  I stamped and fussy cut it out and colored it with my copics.  I stamped the background on my Coastal Cabana paper before running it through with my circle embossing folder.  Then I mounted the seahorse.  I put that on some Bermuda Breeze paper.  I added some red pearls for that extra pop of color.  

So, what are you gonna make for this challenge?  Will you go with an ocean theme, or maybe patriotic or????

Here are the fabulous creations the other ladies came up with:

Katie Brooks  (that's me!)

Be sure to  head on over to Colour Me and check out the rules and join the challenge. 

Thanks for stopping by!




10 comments:

Julia Wilson said...

As usual, SUPER awesome! I can't believe you fussy cut the sea horse--it's impeccable! This card just puts me into a summery mood. :) Julia

~amy~ said...

lovelovelove

Lisa Lara said...

Love that seahorse with the sketch lines Katie. Great card.

Jenny Engelke said...

These blueprint stamps are just so cool!!! You combined the challenge colors wonderfully into your image! I am in awe!

Tanja said...

love that you created a nautical card - very pretty

I Card Everyone said...

Katie! I love your coloring on that darling sea-horse... and just picked up that embossing folder - love it used as your ocean...
=] Michele

Deepti said...

Fabulous! You have totally rocked the colors here :)

stampwithsandy said...

Your blueprint seahorse is amazing, Katie! I love the swirling "water" in the background!

Hayley Kew said...

I have to find this stamp set, I loved your star fish card and this one is equally cool!!!

Tara Bourgoin said...

This is absolutely gorgeous! I love your detail with the fussy cutting and the embossed panel is perfect for the theme!