Wednesday, February 1, 2012

7 Kids College Fund - Red, Pink and White Challenge

Good morning everyone, it's so nice to see you on this fabulous Wednesday!  We are halfway through the work week and I am looking forward to the weekend!  There isn't anything special happening but it is nice to have a day to take some time to catch your breath.  That just doesn't happen around here on the work week.

Today at the 7 Kids College Fund we are starting a new two week challenge.  This week we are having a color challenge and are looking for red, pink and white colored projects.  These colors are just perfect to use for the upcoming Valentines Day holiday!  So you can get a Valentine's Day project out of the way and enter our challenge!

For my project I used the CC Designs Swiss Pixie stamp, Violet with Key

Materials Used:
Copic Markers - RV14, RV13, RV10, RV000, R27, R24, R22, R21
Spellbinder's dies
Diamond Stickles
Glossy Effects
Floral accents
MS Large border punch
MS Frond Punch

Here's a close up of my colored image.

I also added my small die cut hearts to the inside of my card as well.

I hope you are inspired to join our challenge for this week. Don't forget to use a product carried by the 7 Kids College Fund store.  Why not drop by and see what the other DT have created to inspire you.  They have really fabulous projects to share.
Thanks so much for stopping by,


  1. This card is just amazing! Your coloring is just simply beautiful! I am learning a lot form you =) Thanks so much for sharing!!

  2. Hi Marlena...such a cute card! I love this little image...and your coloring is so pretty. The heart nestie is perfect...oooh...I just remembered that I have one of those...better pull it out! hehe!! Hugs. Pat Frank

  3. too cute! i just love that lace die and all your layers!

  4. This is super cute Marlena! I love how you colored that adorable image. Where did you get those little berries? I have been hunting and can't find those.


    1. Thanks Julie! I found it in the floral section at Michael's. I was hunting as well and thought I would give that a try.


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