**Today is the last day to play in my 100th Blog Post Celebration Scavenger Hunt!**
I’m here with a quick post for the current Denami Color Challenge!
I love this little elephant stamp, so I figured I’d use it more than once on this card! I added a pop of purple by adding a cute little bowtie to the blue elephant’s neck.
For the argyle-esque border, I stamped the Denami Harlequin border and used a white gel pen to add a few “x” marks. Simple. Effective.
You can join in on the Color challenge fun by heading over to the Denami blog. Link your project for the chance to win!
Have a wonderful day and thanks for stopping by for some Damask Love!
Stamps: Denami (G152 Elephant, N112 Harlequin Border, E68 Small Baby Script)
Paper: Denami Pastel Cardstock Sampler, PTI Kraft
Ink: Vivid Dye Ink (Brown)
Other: White Gel Pen, Corner Rounder
13 thoughts on “Denami Designs Color Challenge #8”
Such a sweet card, love the little bow. Ace idea to make the argyle border from the harlequin pattern 🙂
Sooo cute Amber! I love those little elephants popped up like that in a row! The argyle is such a nice touch!
Aw, what a sweet card! Love the argyle row!
Simply Adorable! Love how you added a bow tie to the elephant… OH, that argyle is fab too— just a bit of stitching really makes it stand out. Great idea! SO happy to have you join us!
Oh my goodness, how ca-ute is this??!! I love your little gel pen addition to the harlequin border-genius!! Super fun card 😀
Love this card and will be Caseing it and giving you credit!
Ever so sweet. Joan B sent me.
Totally love it. Joan B sent me, too.
What a sweet card. I can see why Joan was inspired.
OH my gosh!!! This is so stinkin’ cute!!! LOVE the sweet little bow tie! That’s what I love so much about your creations – all the little details! Fabulous take on the colors!
Ok…not only is this card ADORABLE, but you’ve managed to make one of my all-time favorite stamps (Harlequin Border) EVEN BETTER! I’m a sucker for argyle, and this makes my li’l heart sing! I have to use this on future projects! Thanks for the inspiration!
Simple and attractive , why shouldn’t u try designing Plastic cards printing
This challenge is based on the Denami Colors Challenge and is designed to be easy-to-use, yet challenging. You can try it at your own pace, without feeling pressured or intimidated by the questions. The goal is simply to have fun while learning new things! The first step in this challenge is to find what is your favorite color then you’ll be prompted to take a quiz that will help you determine what level you are at in terms of understanding color theory. If you’re not sure where you stand, then watch the video again and do your best!