Blog Candy Contest starts today with The Things I Love Card. Starting today and for the next 4 or 5 posts I will have clues you need in order to answer the question correctly. Contest rules at the end of this post. On this card I used a color block background to highlight the stamps. I love how the black makes everything pop!
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Stamp Set(s): Things I Love (115229)
Cardstock: Barely Banana (102701), Rose Red (102544), Regal Rose (105130), Orchid Opulence (100969),Basic Black (102851), Whisper White (100730)
Ink: Basic Black (101179), Rose Red (101778), Regal Rose (105211), Orchid Opulence (101859)
Accessories & Cool Tools: Heart to Heart Punch (113694)
Here are the contest details: When I was at the beauty salon last week I had about 10 minutes to look through a magazine. I saw a lot of different color combinations and, well I get my inspiration in a lot of places, so I thought these colors would make a nice card! So I started writing down the color combinations in the various pictures that looked like Stampin' Up! colors. Any colors in bold in the recipe above were in a single picture. I wrote down the name of the magazine and the month and about 6 different color combinations all in the same magazine. This weekend I made cards using those color combinations I wrote down. I have 4 cards down for this week and hope to have the other two ready to post next week. Your Challenge is find the magazine I looked at that has these color combinations! The first person to name the magazine and correct month/year will win the blog candy. I will give the blog candy away at the end of the month. If no one answers correctly, I will draw a name from everyone who posted a comment between April 13- April 30. Good Luck and don't forget to post a comment to be eligible for the blog candy. Good Luck and start looking at pictures/advertisments in magazines when out and about and you may win!! NOTE: You are eligible to enter if you live in the continental United States only. I will mail blog candy (it's a surprise!) to only US addresses that accepts Priority flat rate package.