Tuesday, November 23, 2010

Making Cherry Chocolate Crumble

I wish right! Sounds divine though... I took a little time out of my CRAZY day to take a break, and check out the color challenge on Splitcoast today. The colors for today's challenge were Chocolate chip, Cherry cobbler, and Crumb cake. Now if you didn't have something decadent on your mind after reading those colors we need to talk! *wink* I used crumb cake for my card base, sponged chocolate chip around the edges, and crumb cake ink for my sponged ornament. I stamped my snowflake from SU Winter Post in Cherry cobbler, then sponged the edges of that panel with chocolate chip ink as well. I used my vintage wallpaper embossing folder for some texture, and distressed the edges. So What do ya think? Delicious! Thanks for taking a peek! All supplies Stampin' Up! Details below -

Stamps - Berry Christmas (sentiment) retired, Winter Post
Ink - Chocolate chip, Cherry cobbler, Crumb cake
Paper - Chocolate Chip, Cherry Cobbler, Crumb cake, Very Vanilla, Newsprint DSP, Early Espresso
Acess - Very vanilla satin ribbon, Big Shot, Vintage wallpaper Embossing folder, paper piercer, Scallop edge boarder punches, half pearl, sponge, dimensional dots, Chocolate chip ribbon, red hemp twine


Linda and Michelle said...

Hi Heather - I haven't been on your blog for a while and am amazed (as always) at your amazing designs. I don't know how you come up with such fantastic cards over and over again. You can bet I will be using some as inspiration. Hope you have a great Thanksgiving!


Rosie said...

Gorgeous Card Heather!