It is time for the first Time Out Challenge of the year and it is a fab photo inspiration:
How great is this? I wish I had that wood panel in my house :) There is a lot to inspire you here from the bold word and wood grain through to the patterned cushions. I went with the bold and bright hello against the wood:
The woodgrain paper is from MME and is combined with the die cut hello (which I think is from Avery Elle). I used some green cardstock and a green heart button to echo the green of one of the cushions.
This is a special challenge as it is sponsored by the brilliant Uniko Studio and the Uniko DT is playing along too - you can see what they have created here.
And that's not all! We are joined by a fab GD this week - Chrissie Stokes from Simply One of A Kind and Less Is More. I am a big fan of Chrissie's classy, CAS style :) I hope you will check out all of the great cards that the DT have come up with and then take some time out to play along with us....
Thanks for stopping by!
I love you teamed the wood with the bright green, what a perfect combo and so very striking xReplyDelete
FABULOUS sarah. That amazing pop of lime green against the wood grain is stunning.ReplyDelete
Love it xx
Love the green color with woodgrain panel, totally popped up the phrase hello, love it!ReplyDelete
Simply perfection! Love it :) Hugs Bev xReplyDelete
Love that sweet little button...great extra touch!ReplyDelete
I really like the green card base and tiny heart, along with the orange sentiment. Fabulous take on the photo!ReplyDelete
Awesome interpretation of the photo, Sarah! Beautiful card!ReplyDelete
You should check out the SSS Flickr discussion threads. (hint, hint) :)
Stunning, love that green buttonReplyDelete
I love the woodgrain BG, beautiful card!ReplyDelete
Fantastic colour combo, Sarah ... the bright red hello with the vibrant green is fabulous ... and that little heart button is such a cute touch! Anita :)ReplyDelete
The wood and green look so great together! And what a beautiful button! Hugs, GerrinaReplyDelete
Sooooo cool! LOVE the color combo you chose! It totally works! Great card.ReplyDelete
oooh, loving the wood with the green, Sarah. I wish I had that wood in my house, too.ReplyDelete
Love that green with the wood and really makes the 'hello' jump out. I wish I had all those cushions on my couch, although with my grubby children, husband and dogs they don't stand a chance at staying that gorgeous!ReplyDelete
LOVE your take on the inspiration photo, Sarah! How cool that you had the perfect sentiment and woodgrain papers! Love the pop of green, too!ReplyDelete
I love how you pulled out that green from the pillow! Love it! Beautiful card!ReplyDelete
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