Friday, April 2, 2010

Cuttlebug Color Challenge

So being the proud owner of the little green powerful machine--the Cuttlebug, I found a blog, the cuttlebug spot, and they are holding a contest using the colors of pink & green.  I decided that I would give it a shot.

I used two embossing folders (Textile & Script) I inked over the embossing with Tim Holtz Vintage photo Distress Ink.  I then used the Cuttlebug to cut the flowers from the alphabet set (BabyFace), which I then turned into my favorite GrungePaper Roses, which were inked with Tim Holtz Worn Lipstick and stamped with a French Script stamp, also Time Holtz.  For the rose leaves I also used the Flower Die from (Babyface) and cut it out of organza ribbon and heated the petals to melt them, and stitched them together--Thank you Lisa for showing me how to do it that technique.

And with that being said here is my submission.

Let me know what you think

one more view

Happy Creating!


  1. hello Jason,

    great combination the pink and the green you used here ! I also like the layered papers from left to right.

    Your paperrose finishes this card off !

    greetings from belgium

  2. Oh yeah, it's awesome! Love the color combo, and the rose on the separate layer is really cool! Nice buggin'!

  3. What a fantastic card.. the rose is beautiful


  4. This card is beautiful. The colors and the printed script on the paper is just perfect, I love how you layered the paper too. The rose is so pretty! I love it!

  5. so this is your bright side! Very shabby chic~ Love the colors!