Wplus9 November Color Cue.


This month, Dawn, the owner of Wplus9, asked each of us on the design team to come up with our own color scheme. I chose a combo that I love at this time of year: Classic Red, Baby Blue, Kraft and White.
I used Dawn's Poinsettia Patterns and Classic Christmas stamp sets on this card. I love the pretty ornaments that Dawn illustrated.  I especially love them with a little Martha Stewart glitter. I stamped the ornament on white paper, colored and shaded with Copic markers, then filled in the stripes that I wanted glittered with a Versamark marker. Then, I added heat and stick powder, heated with my heat gun and poured on the pretty red glitter.

INGREDIENTS:
Stamps: Wplus9
Ink, Buttons, Cardstock, Twine: Papertrey Ink 
Ribbon: Offray
Markers: Copic, Versamark
Heat and Stick Powder: Stampin' Up!

I'd love to see you play along with the Color Cue this month! There are lots of color combos to choose from, so head over to Dawn's blog to check them out.

Don't forget to look at the other design team member's blogs:

10 comments

  1. It turned out lovely! All that attention to detail really paid off ;)

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  2. soooo pretty...love the glitter!

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  3. Just love that glittered ornament, Hannah!

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  4. Beautiful card!
    I love that color combo!

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  5. Yum, perfect colors for Christmas/winter!

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  6. One of my FAVORITE color combos for the season, ever! It's such a classic, nostalgic palette: makes me yearn for a time that I am TOO young to have lived through! {!} Great job! Love your composition and FANTASTIC glitter work! Pour me some cocoa and tune in some CHRISTMAS carols - FA*LA*Love it!

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  7. This is so pretty! I love the colors AND the glitter!

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  8. just lovely! love these colors!

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  9. Love the card! It's super pretty! :)

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  10. Beautiful card Hannah! Great color combo!

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