Monday, November 14, 2011


Harmony 2011

Happy Tuesday to everyone! The last several days here in Wisconsin have been wonderful. I’m still watching the birds in my back yard, I do feed then all year long. I enjoy then so much. It is time for the challenge at Color Me Creative challenge #31, We are doing “THE COLORS OF THE SEA” .Your challenge this time is all about colors associate with the ocean, its marine-life, shells and mermaids! You may use any image you like but you must use colors of the sea to color it with your copics.
The Prize for the winner of this challenge (randomly chosen) will get:
Our Sponsor is Michelle Perkett.

**Prize from our sponsor Michelle Perkett Studio TBA!!
**1 pack of Cryogen Cardstock

The challenge ends on November 25th at 6:00pm.

 I used my Spellbinder Grand Scalloped Circle and cut out two of the circles. The largest one I folded in half. I used my Grand Calibur to cut then both out. That was one of the easiest card I ever made.


Harmony schells Harmony rocks

Harmony 2011 side


Harmony up close

Digital stamp called Harmony (Michele Perkett)
Heavy scrapbook paper (Die Cuts With a View)
Classic Crest Smooth solar white (Neenah)
Copic Markers (.Too corp.)
Smooch Gold Lame (Clearsnap Holding) Made in USA
Shimmerz Aqua Marine (Clearsnap Holding)
Twinkling H2* shimmering water colors Gold Glimmer (LuminArte)
Brilliance inks Sky Blue, Yellow, Violet (Tsukineko)
Pearls (Say it with Bling)
Ribbon (stash)
Rocks (stash)
Shells (stash)
Paper Cutter
Diamond Glaze (Judi Kinz)
Grand  Calibur die cut machine
Spellbinder Grand Scalloped Circles

I hope you enjoyed my card. We would love for you to join us at Color Me Creative. Have a wonderful week.

Hug, Patricia


Carla S. said...

This is stunning, Pat! Wonderful design and outstanding coloring and details! I love it!

Linda Palmer said...

Beautiful card. I love your layout, gorgeous coloring and beautiful embellishments. You always do a beautiful job on all your cards and I look forward to your posts.

Stephanie Lee said...

Pat - I love how you colored your mermaid!! You need to do a tutorial on how you got her body to look like water? it's like she is wearing a wetsuit - just amazing and beautiful! xxx Steph

Lorraine said...

Beautiful, Patricia! Love your coloring and detailing of that mermaid!

Sarah said...

Wow, wow, wow, this is absolutely stunning! I love the colours, a truly beautiful card xxx

Roxann said...

What a beautiful card and Mermaid! Love the design and of course you fab coloring!

Stef H (Glitterbabe) said...

breathtaking! absolutely breathtaking!

hugs :)

Nannieflash said...

Hi Patricia wow love that colour combo its so virbant, and the idea of the card shape is just fabulous. hugs Shirleyxxxx

Cindy said...

Pat, this is just beautiful!! Your colors are fabulous!! I haven't made my card yet, thank you for reminding me! I love the pearls and the shells!! What great embellishments!!

Lisa M said...

I'm dumbfounded on how you did the texture on her. She's gorgeous! She looks fleshy and sandy and watery all in one! This explanation is lacking the substance I am trying to convey, but for lack of a better phrase and in the words of my 14 year old, "she's like totally cool!"
Lisa xx

Marie Gamber said...

Hi my friend! I just love your mermaid card! I love the way you made her fins just pop! I can't take my eyes off this card. Fabulous job!

Kym Weber said...

She is absolutely breathtaking! Your detailing is amazing! Stunning job!

Renkata said...

Love, love how you haave coloured her, amazing details.

Ruby said...

Pat, I tried over and over to leave a comment but my naughty computer wouldn't let me. I think it's because I hadn't signed into my blogger account. I can usually leave comments without signing in properly but for some reason it doesn't like it with your blog. At least I know now! Great card, love how you've done the background, really fun!