This card was made based on the Splitcoast Stampers Color challenge for today:
Use Stampin Up colors Rich Razzleberry, Pacific Point, and Old Olive.
The image panel is the secondary part of the Faux Bleach technique I posted yesterday. After ironing off the embossing from the reinked glossy cardstock, this is what I came up with. I like the way it looks kind of like a soft watercolor. I sponged the edges with Tim Holtz' Tea Dye to make it appear somewhat aged before matting on the colored cardstock. I finished with a simple sentiment from Stampin Up's Best Yet set and a couple of strips of white grosgrain ribbon and a pretty white butterfly applique. For a fairly simple card, I really love, love, love how this turned out! What do you think?