Wednesday, March 20, 2013


So this week's Coloring Down the Lines challenge is all green! We needed to use Wild Wasabi & Garden Green. Now I'll admit that green isn't my favorite color, but hanging on the coattails of Sunday's leprechaun, I'm down with it!!

Hi there as you hop on over from Helen's blog! Glad you're here! Luvin' her entry this week! So creative!!

Here's my entry!

Tough to get a contrast with these colors because they are sooooo close!  I was glad as I was digging through my supplies that I had some Wild Wasabi embossing powder on hand! I think its a pretty contrast on the Garden Green

I used the kind of seaweed stamp from the By the Tide set from the Spring Mini. Luv that set!!!

I also used it on the Very Vanilla using the Hearts a Flutter set. I find I use that set more than I thought I would. I like the banners. They add just enough to a creation!  They also work perfectly with the Heart a Flutter Framelits. Watch for more of those bundles in the new catalog out June 1. My guess is we will be seeing more of those!  The coordinating products are really a big hit!!!

Yes, that is retired 1/4" Grosgrain Ribbon on there, but WHY can't they bring that back?! It's so perfect for everything!

 I also added a Large Pearl Basic Jewel there! Works.

No real sentiment here. I guess it could be an "anything" card! I used the  
Ciao, Baby! stamp set-from Shelli's Signature Collection! You can find it in the Spring Mini!  It works perfectly with the coordinating 3/4"Scallop Circle punch-also in the Spring Mini. It nicely layers with the 1 1/4" Scallop Circle punch!

Add a couple of tiny Pearl Basic Jewels for balance, & it's done!

So all in all it works! Now hop over to Liz's blog to see what she did with these green colors! I know she's up for the challenge!!!

Don't forget-only a couple of days left for Sale-a-Bration!!! Don't miss out!! You can order online 24/7!!!!

Happy Stampin'!!


  1. Tons to love in this card! You did a great job highlighting the color differences!

  2. Hi Joni: I love your card. It's got a lot of layers and interest. Very very nice!