Monday, March 14, 2016

The Challenge 64 - Colors

Good morning!  I hope you had a fabulous and fun weekend.   Today I'm sharing a card I made for the new challenge over at Always Playing With Paper's The Challenge.  Each week we have a different type of challenge and this week it's a color challenge.  So grab your stamps and play along!

I used the cute cat from the Newton's Sick Day set from Newton's Nook.  I colored him with copics and then diecut the m with the coordinating dies.  I used the Stitched Rectangle Dies from Your Next Stamp to cut my blue star paper.  I colored the cat with copics and added a few enamel dots to finish my card.  

Be sure to stop by The Challenge to see the fabulous projects by the rest of the DT! 

Thanks so much for stopping by! 

Hugs, Anita

I would like to enter my card in the following challenge:
Crafting From The Heart Challenge 103  -  Anything Goes
Our Crafty Corner Challenge 7  -  Anything Goes

Stamp:  Newton's Nook - Newton's Sick Day
Paper:  Echo Park - Little Man; Neenah
Other:  Copics, YNS Stitched Rectangle Dies, enamel dots


  1. So cute, Anita! I really love how you combine colors of enamel dots and make it look good. I struggle with that!!

  2. That sentiment is adorable!! This is super cute!

  3. PRECIOUS, Anita! Perfect coloring and gorgeous color combo! XX

  4. What an adorable little kitty, Anita ... so beautifully coloured! Love that sentiment! Anita :)

  5. So cute and adorable with that Newton cat! Always love your coloring, it's so superb!

  6. Cute cat image with lovely colouring. Thankyou for sharing with us at Crafting From The Heart. Hugs Valeryanne D.T.

  7. Soooooo cute. Thanks for joining us at Our Crafty Corner.

    Deni Xx

  8. Very cute card, I love this sweet cat and the adorable sentiment.

  9. This is so cute, reminds me of my poor boy cat always being beaten up by his younger, smaller sister! Cx

  10. Saw this on the Newton's Nook FaceBook page and I HAD to come here and comment on your fabulous coloring!! I put this set on my wishlist - you've done a fabulous job!! Christi