23 September 2009

A Daredevil Color Combo

Wow the weeks are flying by! How did it get to be Wednesday again so soon?? This week's Diedrich Dare is a color combo - dark green, orange, and blue. As soon as I saw it, I knew exactly which stamps from my new set, A Harvest of Memories, I wanted to use!

I love this wheat grass stamp - it has so many possibilities! And the sentiment is perfect, too. The monthly mixes from Lizzie Anne Designs are too much fun!

My card layout is pretty simple. The dark green dp is from Basic Grey's Eva line. I'm trying so hard to use p my old dp so I can buy new stuff ;) My only embellishments are the jumbo aged copper brads. I've been in the mood for plain and simple lately!

Be sure to check out the Diedrich Dare blog, as well as all of the other Daredevils today - they've created some gorgeous stuff as usual! And help us welcome our newest member of the team - Lisa Hjulberg!!

9 comments:

the whimsical butterfly said...

Super pretty, Taylor! That is a great new set from LAD! Love it! Gonna have to go check out the Monthly mixes-sounds like fun!

Lisa said...

Love your card, Taylor! You really captured the fall... has an earthy feel to it.
Hugs,
Lisa :)

Vicki (basement stamper) said...

So so beautiful Taylor!! HUGS

Danni said...

Very nice!

Heather Schlatter said...

Taylor glad you got a chance to get a good picture of your card!!! I really love my OTT light and can not go without it anymore!!

That grass stamp looks a lot like Wheat!!! We see lots of Wheat here in Kansas!!

You did a great job incoorporating the color challenge into this card!!!!

Glad to see you are coming back to the Flutter By team too!!!

Heather

Kim R. said...

Your card is so pretty. You did such a nice job!

Darla said...

Great job Taylor! I love the simplicity of it - such a classy look! This is a nice masculine type card too. You rocked the challenge!

Lisa Hjulberg said...

Simply beautiful Taylor! Very peaceful and a wonderful tribute to fall, my favorite season!

Tiffany said...

I really LOVE how you did the soft vs. bold overlay of the feathered grass, such a beautiful touch Taylor!