Wednesday, October 7, 2009

Color Throwdown #63

Welcome back to another Color Throwdown color challenge!!! It's my week to choose colors and I chose...




This week the Color Throwdown is proudly sponsored by Unity Stamps! I've never used their stamps before this challenge and I have to say, I am impressed. They are rubber stamps that come mounted on cushion, and they are die cut, so all you have to do is separate them and you are ready to stamp!

The stamp set I received from Unity was Folk Inspired...I love it! Here is my creation...



I used four of the ten stamps in the set. I thought this set was perfect for the colors I chose! I hope you will take time to visit the other CTD designers blogs...

Tammy Hershberger
Broni Holcombe
LeAnne Pugliese
Danielle Kennedy
Barbara Anders

and our guest designer for October...Lisa Kind of Kind Creations.

Don't forget, we would love for you to play along with us in the challenge. You can use your closest matches on the colors. If you play, please post a direct link in Mr. Linky in the CTD post (non-direct links will be deleted). If you upload to a public gallery, please use the keyword, CTD63. You never know, you could be chosen as a Featured Stamper and then be in the running to be our November guest designer!!!

(You can participate in our challenges at any time, but to be considered for the blog candy and/or Featured Stamper your entry must be linked with Mr. Linky by 11:59 p.m. EST on Sunday, October 11.)

See you soon...

4 comments:

Tammy Hershberger said...

Cathy, this is fabulous! LOVE how you added the hearts on the clock weights, and even dew drops in the little flowers on the clock! Awesome design, and I LOVED these colors!

broni (waterchild12) said...

What a wonderful creation, Cathy! I love how you used that great little clock!!

LeAnne said...

Very cute, Cathy! I love these little images....kind of Pennsylvania Dutch!

Barbara said...

This is so pretty, Cathy! I love those hearts on the weights, too! Great layout, as well!

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