A New Challenge At Time Out – #145 – Breast Cancer Awareness

Hello … bonjour!  Our new challenge has just started at Time Out … and this fortnight we have a special theme for you to play with.  It’s Breast Cancer Awareness with the option of making a one layer card using pink.  Here’s where I went with it …

… a one layer card, with ombré shades of pink blended over a CAS-ual Fridays stencil (Tin Roof).  The centres of the flowers are dotted with ombré Nuvo drops (they get darker as they go down the card) … and the sentiment is from CAS-ual Fridays (Truth Is … now sadly retired).  Voila … quick and clean and simple (QACAS in Darnell-ese).  Like a closer look at the ombré?

        

How will you interpret our special theme … and will you use our optional one layer twist using pink?  We’d love to see what you create in our gallery.  This time around, we’re sponsored by CAS-ual Fridays (thanks, Michele) … who are offering a US$25 GC to a randomly drawn player who uses the optional twist.  As usual, our overall winner will be chosen by the DT … and will be invited to guest design with us in a future challenge.  Details are over at the Time Out blog … along with loads of fabulous inspiration from our brilliant DT … and from our talented Guest Designer, Sidan.  Why not pop over for a visit with Sidan … you’ll so enjoy wandering through her fabulous creations!

I’m playing along at …

Papercraft Challenges – No Design Paper

Simon Says Stamp Wednesday – Anything Goes

Uniko – Anything Goes … No Autumn Option

Watercooler Wednesday – All About Occasions

Thanks so much for coming by, your visits and comments are always a joy!  Anita 🙂

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34 thoughts on “A New Challenge At Time Out – #145 – Breast Cancer Awareness

  1. sandie

    Well you rocked the onmbre look and wow to the one layer! I love the addition of the nuvo drops-I still can’t get these to work so well! Fab card for our worthy challenge x

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  2. Judith Jarvis

    Such a pretty card Anita. I need to play with some of my stencils too…they can make such an effective background xx

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  3. conil

    As usual, you clean and precise designs are a pure delight. What an beautifully encouraging card for any reason. The idea of the ombre center dots is nothing short of brilliance. After all, what could I expect from that fertile mind of yours.

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  4. Lisa Kind

    Your cards are always so clever Anita! I love how you amped up this card with the graduated Nuvo drops! Love it! Really pretty card!

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  5. kimheggins

    Simply beautiful card Anita….love all your sweet little dots inside each and everyone of your fabulous pink daisies!!!

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  6. Nonni

    Beautiful, Anita. I love the gradient in your background and I can’t believe how perfect your nuvo drops are -mine never look this round lol! xxx

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  7. Kara

    Such care you took to get those gradient shades in both the ink and the Nuvo drops! It’s a lovely card, Anita! An all important cause as well.

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  8. Jane

    Fabulous use of that stencil Anita. Love the ombre pink flowery background it created. Thanks so much for playing at Uniko, hope to see you join in with future challenges too.

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  9. Shauna

    What beautiful technique here! I love your ombre look with the coloring and the precise work on the nuvo dots! Very feminine and lovely!
    – Shauna

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  10. Maikreations

    This is such a wonderful card! I love the ombre background and how you created depth with those dots – just amazing! Thank you for joining our “No Designer Paper” challenge at Papercraft challenges! Have a wonderful week and happy crafting ;o) Maike

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  11. Renate van Thuijl

    This looks so nice.
    Beautiful made!!!
    Thank you for joining our challenge.

    -xiss- Renate.
    (DT Papercraft Challenges)

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  12. Lisa

    what a beautiful way to create a stunning background without using any design paper at all! thank you for playing along on the papercraft-challenges blog. Lisa xx

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  13. Jeanne H

    A wonderful challenge this time. I am a big supporter of the Koman Race for the Cure as a volunteer. I’ll try to get a card entered. You are the best, Anita.

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  14. BarbGhig

    I apologize for my late visit, Anita…this is such a pretty card! I love the ombre’ effect you created with your inks and that you created the same effect with your Nuvo Drops…very cool idea! I am going to try to play along in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness…Thank you, my friend! Barb xx

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