Thursday, 4 November 2010

PDCC 54: not quite peach, fortunately for me :)


... because I just don't 'do' peach!


This colour story from Julie Ranae reminds me of the lanterns that are very popular in the UK at the moment - you light a 'candle' underneath and the paper lantern floats away into the night - beautiful!  (You just have to make sure you buy environmentally friendly ones)


Jennie over at The Artistic Stamper provided each of the design team with their choice of stamps to use for this week's challenge, and is supplying a fabulous prize for this week's cup of the week:

Kling On cushioning and free shipping worldwide

I've said before how much I love using Jennie's images, and since I love steampunk too, I just fell in love with her new tick tock butterfly :)


And I couldn't resist showing you the whole page of that book I placed the card on for photography purposes!  It's all about the study of insects and refers to a 'frivolous butterfly'!


Have fun with the colours this week, and don't forget to head on over to the rest of the design team to see what they came up with for this week's colour combo!



Then stop by the cafe to link up your piece so we can all head on over to see your work too :)

13 comments:

Julie Ranae said...

Don't EVEN start whinging about that color...it's not even close to peach. In my world, it's a deep, dusty orange...and you did GOOD!
Love the inspiration and thank you for taking care of my load this week in The Cafe...that's what friends are for and THANK GOD FOR SKYPE!
Love you girlie xxx

Jennie said...

Sarah, what a fab piece and yea , I also don't like peach! rofl.
Hugs xx

Helen said...

Glad it's not peach! Love this, the butterfly is great. Love the antenae - they look like the eyes of someone peaking over the butterfly!!

Sarah Anderson said...

:)
little admittance, do love the cover of Somerset Home this month, http://www.stampington.com/somersethome/
is it peach, or salmon pink? whatever, I love it combined with the grey :)

Suzanne C said...

Beautiful butterfly and the color is lovely. The layering of papers is done beautifully.

Lisa Somerville said...

Fun steampunk butterfly, wonderful snap embellies! Great use of this weeks colors.

BonnieRose said...

love love this..... beautiful colors.. and I love that butterfly!

Andrea Ewen said...

Beautiful Sarah! Love that gorgeous butterfly detailed with the book page paper and wonderful bling! You've done a super job with the colors, thank you for being so inspiring with your work!

Hels Sheridan said...

eeeeewww, I no like peach either hun, am with you on that one.. you know, I NEVER use Dried Marigold DI - yak! However, I love your card, those colours work so well together.. hope all is well with you hun x

Michele Gross said...

I don't think I even own any peach colored crafty supplies! Phew! REally glad its not peach! ;) Loving that frivolous butterfly with the touches of music in the background. Wonderful :)

Michelle said...

Hi Sarah
Lovely to 'see' you again and brill your joining the team.
x Michelle

Diana Trout {Nan.DT@verizon.net} said...

Love the ORANGE (not peach) and green. The butterfly is fab, especially the antenae (ooks, how to spell that word?)

Ruby said...

Ok, so define peach then?!!!!! LOVELY job! Love your background too with the frivolous butterfly!

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