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Tuesday, February 3, 2015

Creative Colors Challenge #29

Hi bloggers and crafty friends!  Today, I would like to share with you a card I created for the Creative Colors Challenge.  I would also like to invite you to participate in the challenge as well, check it out here:
Creative Colors Challenge

For this challenge, here is the inspiration photo:

We had to use pastel pink, pastel yellow, and pastel blue plus use design patterns from the photo.
The sponsor for this challenge is DRS designs 
 I used their awesome digi image as the focal point of my card.  Here is what I made:

I loved this image of Rosie the Riveter, so decided to give her a shabby chic make over.  I love that she symbolizes female empowerment too!  For the background, I layered pastel pink, then pastel blue and white striped Teresa Collins paper, then a floral print card stock, then a die cut made from white and pastel yellow card stock and finally added a white paper doily that I stamped polka dots on before adding the image that I colored ( and adhered with foam tape for dimension).  For the embellishments, I added small pink crystals throughout, yellow organza and pastel blue and white gingham ribbon to Rosie's bandanna, glued pastel blue flower trim to the sides and added some small pink flower buds to the bottom with more ribbon.  I layered the stamped sentiment in various card stocks and used foam tape to give it dimension.

I hope you like my card, thanks for stopping by and looking!  Have a wonderful day and don't forget to play along in this challenge with us!

Your Creative Colors Challenge Designer,


  1. This image totally ROCKS!! Awesome job on this week's card, Kim. Love it. TFS... Hugs.

  2. Hi,

    Stunning card. Woman's power!!!! Love it.


  3. Super job Kim! I could never use this image on a card, but you have done a great job!