Watercooler Wednesday WWC33



Today’s Watercooler Wednesday Challenge is brought to you by Bev.  Bev gave us a photo to use as inspiration.  Here is the photo:

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As you can see, there is a lot of purple in this photo.  If you search through my blog you might notice that I don’t use a lot of purple.  I once worked for someone who was not the nicest person and she wore purple all the time.  In any case, these colors did match a lot of the colors that Stampin’ Up offers.  I saw Rich Razzleberry, Perfect Plum, Rose Red and Pink Pirouette in this photo so I decided to use those colors.


First I stamped all the leaves in Versamark, sprinkled Clear Embossing Powder over the leaves and heat embossed them.  Then I sponged Rich Razzleberry, Perfect Plum, Rose Red and Pink Pirouette all over the cardstock and blended them together.  I colored some Candy Dots using a silver Sharpie (this works really well if you don’t have the correct color of candy dots) and stamped the sentiment using the One Big Meaning stamp set.

Now it is your turn to make a card using this photo inspiration!  Link it to our Watercooler Wednesday web site (HERE) to enter it and see if you can be chosen to be the next Watercooler  Wednesday Challenge Winner!

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3 thoughts on “Watercooler Wednesday WWC33

  1. Great card Susan. I love the colour mix and the Vintage Leaves images. I’m not a big mauve or light purple fan but lately all the challenges seem to feature it in one form or another. Your choice of highlighting the Rich Razzleberry was a really appealing. TFS.


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