Thursday, October 1, 2009

Digi Ink Color challenge


Well this week's challenge over at Digi Ink is a color theme. A dark blue, a minty green and a brownish tone. Of course each screen's colors are different, so who knows what colors they really are. BIG GRIN.

But this is my interpretation. Also uses Glitter Ritz micro fine glitter.
All products available at Quietfire Design.
Click on card to see details etc. Enjoy

PS I will be teaching a GLITTER class hosted by Suzanne Cannon on Wednesday, Oct 7th at 7PM mountain time, that's 9pm New York time and 6pm British Columbia time. Hope you'll join us. You will need to sign up to Quietfire.ning to access the chat room.
I will be showing samples of stamping and thermal embossing on glitter, as well as painting on glitter with alcohol inks, markers, watercolor media like Tombows and Sakura Gel pens. So don't miss out. Hope to see you there BIG GRIN

8 comments:

stitchy said...

Yogi,
I think I am gonna be here alot, lol,love looking at what you create...Thank you so much again for taking our challenge over at D-IC..I would be proud to have that card come in my mail...Awesome job, love the glitter, even on the screen it looks great..
hugz
stitchy

Teri said...

What a lovely Christmas card! Great that you've decorated the inside too!
Thanks for playing at Digital Ink Co. this week!
Hugs,
Teri x

Micki said...

Wow Yogi, I love this card. Love the background. The card is so elegant. Love it! Thanks for playing along with us at Digital-Ink.

Jackie said...

thank you so m uch for taking part with the D-IC, a fabby card, look forward to seeing more of your creations.. x

Darlene (SCS:akronstamperdpk) said...

What a fantastic creation Yogi!! Love how you have finished the inside too! Thanks for joining us at Digital-Ink Co. challenge.

Diane Davies said...

We all had trouble translating the colors. : ) But I love your card - very pretty! Thanks for playing along with the D-IC Challenge.

TannyP said...

Your glittering is incredible. The inside of the card is just beautiful, too. It's always amazing to me to see how everyone chooses to do their inner cards. Gorgeous! Thanks for joining the D-ICo group this week...we hope to see you again soon!

Meikoningin said...

What a cool card :) Love the colour combination !

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