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Saturday, July 8, 2017

Red, blue, yellow and white

The Color Throwdown team wants us to use red, blue, yellow and white for this week's challenge.

Take away the yellow and this color scheme would be within my comfort zone. I decided I had to add either a little yellow or a little red, yellow won so I could add a sunny feeling to my card, red was used for accents (her earrings, shoes and belt).
The lady is a Tom Holtz stamp I paper pieced the dress and stamped her upper body twice, popped it up with foam for a little diemension. The sentiment is cut from a DP.

This card is for:
Color Throwdown - #450
4 Crafty Chicks- #358 Stamping-No Digi's
Through the Purple Haze - #128 Spots and/or Stripes 

24 comments:

Laurel Kerr said...

Gorgeous card Pia..loz

meg said...

Another beautiful card Pi, it has a CAS feel to it and again a brilliant sentiment

cotnob said...

Another super card Pia, you are certainly coming up with some stunning designs lately. This is fabulous, such a clever way to incorporate the yellow.
Pauline - Crafting with Cotnob
x

KraftyKoolKat said...

Wow Pia what an awesome creation. Love the colour palette and the modern layout.
Hugs
Cathy
xxxx

Chrissy said...

FABulous Pia..love the paper piecing and the yellow sun burst is awesome with that touch of red..gorgeous card.

Luv CHRISSYxx

Vickie Z said...

Fun card...love that image! The sentiment and sun rays are perfect! So happy you joined us at CTD!

Skye said...

A lovely modern card. A great design, very summery. Love the image.

Marina said...

Well done with a challenging colour palette. I love the red accessories and how you did the sentiment.

Laine said...

So elegant and bang on trend! Love it!
xx

Mimi said...

I love when you do fashion, Pia! So fun to paper-piece a dress... like a paper doll! I love this card!

Sue B said...

Oh this is a fab card Pia - great use of the primary colours. I love the sunshine rays, and the sentiment is so perfect with it too. I love the lady and her paper pieced dress looks so chic !! :-)
Hope you are keeping well and hope you’ve had a good weekend!
Big hugs, Sue B xx

Brenda's Card Corner said...

Beautiful card Pia! Love the sunrays and touch of red! Great paper piecing!

Brenda

Darnell said...

These bold and bright colors will ensure that the recipient looks on the bright side, Pia! This is an amazing design!! Hugs, Darnell

Wanda Cullen said...

Beautiful design and love your balance of the throwdown colors! Thanks so much for playing along with us this week!

Michelle said...

Stunning and elegant card Pia. Love how the image is placed on the sunshine rays background - Michelle x

Monika Reeck said...

Oh wish you send me some of this kind of lady Image
this is stunning
I never buy Tim Holtz stamp its always so big for me hehehe
but if you send me 2x of this and another lady I will be so thankfull Pia
which Image do you want me to stamp for you as SWAPPing?
Pie the sunbrust is clever idea I must buy this too I dont have one oh yeah
and you did it so simple as I see
adorable paper piecing too...and Love the sentiment
fit together
Winner card miss Pia
hugs
Monika

PS: since I started my new job 3rd of July no time to blog visit and no time to making cards..oh yeah today I do catch up at yours and miss Kim H blog only hehe LOL

Kirsty Vittetoe said...

Beautiful card!!!

Tammy said...

What a fabulous card Pia! I love that image and her paper pieced dress with the pop of red, awesome sun rays too!
Tammy x

crafty-stamper said...

Love the paper piecing and sunburst background
Carol x

Mervi said...

Lovely motivation card, very feminine and beautiful;-))m

*Vicki* said...

Another wonderful card design here Pia!! Fabulous image and very cool design! HUGS

Kim Heggins said...

Fabulous card...love your sassy looking lady, adorable.

jem (jane elizabeth middleton) said...

designed to perfection . jane x

Mrs.B said...

Love this - need to get my 'girls' out - haven't plauyed with theem for ages.
Avril xx