Tuesday, March 20, 2012

The Friday Mashup challenge #50


Good afternoon, bloggers!  I still have spring on my mind on this first day of spring so I decided to use my tulips from Never Ending Joy on this sketch from the Friday Mashup challenge.  I knew I wanted to stamp the tulips in Calypso coral so I got out my color coach to see what colors matched.  I then used some daffodil delight and Baja breeze cardstock with some Little Yellow Bicycle DSP in shades of flour sack blue and kitchen medley.  I finished the card with the sentiment from Three Little Words.  It's difficult to see my bow but there is one hiding in the DSP.  This is my first time at Friday Mashup, and it was fun!


  1. I love this set...I'm glad to see someone pull it out and use it. I wild over those tulips in coral...so pretty!

  2. Beautiful colors and image! Thanks for joining the Friday Mashup this week. And thank you for your comments.

  3. I LOVE your tulips! Fantastic colors and patterns! So glad you joined us at the Friday Mashup! Be sure to comment on the DT cards for a chance to win some blog candy!!

  4. Lovely card, very pretty colours used too.

    Thanks for playing in our I Want Candy! week.

    Kasey ~ in Oz
    Friday Mashup DT

  5. Welcome to the Mashup!! We love seeing new faces... Your card is so pretty I love the color combo and the tulips are perfect for Spring. Thanks for joining us this week and helping us celebrate #50.

  6. I love the Color Coach, it has helped me many times!

    This is such a pretty card Carol, I love the paper and the colors you used!

    Thanks so much for joining us at The Friday Mashup!

  7. I can't stamp without my Color Coach! :) I love those beautiful tulips; they look gorgeous in the coral. I'm so glad you came over to play with us at The Friday Mashup this week. Hope to see you again. :)

  8. Hi Carol!

    I just wanted to let you know that the blog candy you won from the Friday Mashup celebration was mailed out today. Sorry it took me a bit, I dont get out to the post office that often. I mailed it priority so you should get it in a few days!