Wednesday, May 7, 2014

Stampotique Challenge Pink and Orange SDC146

Hello all, I hope your having a wonderful Wednesday. Today there is another new challenge over at Stampotique Designers Challenge Blog and our talented Corrie has asked us to use the colors Orange and Pink!! Corrie always makes the most wonderful backgrounds so I cannot wait to see what she comes up with for this challenge.
For this particular challenge I decided to do two projects, two different ways

Orange and Pink are not two colors that I typically use together but this was an awesome challenge
For these cards I used the Stampotique stamps:
1st Card Barcode Text - By Artist France Papillon
Barcode - By Artist France Papillon
Ignis Heart - By Artist Magda Polakow
2nd Card
Ignis - Magda Polakow
Happy, Happy, Happy - Daniel Torrente
Happy Head Appliances cube - Daniel Torrente
Blocks - Maryse Carrier
I Hope We're Never Too Old - Carol's Collection

For the first card I chose some distress paints to create my background for this card in a few different shades of orange and pink

Here is my finished card

For the second card I chose to use pink and orange colors of Dylusions sprays, I blotted with a paper towel and the print stayed, I actually like it though

Here is my finished card for this one
The background

this was a fun challenge and one that was tough for me but that's why it's a challenge, right? I hope you like the two different cards....
Take care and I hope you will join Stampotique for this wonderful challenge.


  1. 2 fabulous cards ! Great post and what a good idea to link the video how to use the bar code !

  2. Two wonderfully bright and cheery cards, Claudine! Marvelous background on both cards, too. Magda, France and you in combination totally works! Mwah!

  3. Wonderful cards Claudine, completely original and so inspirational :) xx

  4. These are gorgeous Claudine, but I think he's had too much ice cream ;) xx

  5. Creepy ADORABLE!!!! I love the belly!!! Your colorization is wonderful! Awesome work!!!

  6. These ware awesome Claudine!