Monday, January 26, 2009

My DDC challenge, another catty case

This week's DDC challenge was hosted by ME! I challenged everyone to case the current SU! catty (not the new one, some of us don't have one yet -sob!). I know, if this sounds familiar, it is! I did this challenge last time too. But I loved it so much, I thought a repeat was necessary.
I chose the lovely and simple (keyword simple here) card on page 67 (top left card). I kept the same colors, ribbon and general feel of the card. I changed the image, ribbon and DP. The image I used was sent to me from my friend Jodi. It's from Paper Pretties and I apologize, I don't know what it is called. I colored it with copic markers and added a tiny bit of stickles in the center of the flower.

Here are some of the supplies I used:

The Double Dare girls would like to invite you to join along in our weekly challenges! Just create a card or project using the Double Dare challenge instructions listed above and post it in your SCS gallery. Please be sure to use the keyword DDC when you post so we can all find your card. There is no time limit for posting your card and a new challenge is issued each Tuesday. You can find the other DDC cards here. So come along and join in with us!! We can't wait to see what you create!

Card Deets:
Stamps - Paper pretties watering can, sentiment from Inkadinkado
Paper - Old Olive, Old Olive DSP, Ruby red
Accessories - double sided white satin ribbon, copic markers, yellow stickers



  1. So the clean and simple look!

  2. Awesome coloring and cute cute card!! I loved this challenge, you can repeat it every time as far as I'm concerned!! :)

  3. so simple yet so pretty

  4. Love your coloring on that image!! Green's my fave color....and it looks so crisp with the white accents!! Love this Michelle!
    hugs, Jami

  5. Hi Michelle!!! What a fun challenge!!! This is the first time I hear about the DDC?!? I'll try to play along if I have time!!!

    Have a great week!!! Hugs ~Silke~

  6. Michelle, this is beautiful! I love the fresh spring colors! The polkadots are to die for!