Sunday, October 31, 2010

pink halloween - for fun challenges

Another fun challenge
Halloween card with NO orange! Pretty cool huh

Here's the link 

Here's my take


Anyway, as long as it is not orange, I am still fine with using it for this challenge


The vintage image is from HERE!
Look at this, it supposed to look like that!!!!


But when I printed, it looks kind of dark and redish, can anyone tell me why, is it my printer?



So yes, a PINK halloween card, I like it, how about you?


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22 comments:

Mona L. Pendleton said...

Gorgeous card Kirsty! Love all the flower embellishments! Stunning!

Lynnda Hosni said...

yup ... agree...gorgeous card Kirsty... I really love it... sweet..too...xx

Willy's creations said...

Lovely card...love the collours.

Hugs,Willy

Ira said...

Great card Kirsty! Don't you just love this link? Gorgeous pics huh? Hugs, Ira

Ros said...

Fabulous card Kirsty ... don't ask about printers ... mine has been doing weird colours too ... I tried everything ... color matching ... colorsync, spoke to the manufacturers ... spoke to Apple ... in the end I have ordered a new printer ... let you know what happens ... Have a great day

Linda Robinson said...

What a beautiful card. I love it. The image is wonderful.. I hope you can fiqure out your printer problem if that is what is going on..

We head home this afternoon from Zion..
We had a great time.

Hugs, Linda

CraftinGranny said...

Now that is one fantastic vintage Halloween card and very unique. Thanks so much for joining us a For Fun this week. Hope to see you back next week. "Hugs" Carol

Cheryl Nelson said...

gorgeous card...fun to do one in non-traditional colors!

Kym Weber said...

Gorgeous Halloween card! Love the vintage look and the color combinations of pink and purple! Fabulous job! Thanks so much for playing along with us at For Fun Challenges! Hope you'll be joining us for the next challenge!

~Hugs~Kym

Irena said...

Hi Kirsty :)
Sorry that I don't have time to visit your blog more often.
Your last works are great and very beautiful.

I wish you all the best!
Hugs
Irena

Helen Dooley said...

This is so cute! Thanks so much for sharing with us at For Fun.

Lisa said...

This is sooo great! I really love the "outside the box" colors that you used. So perfect for our challenge! Thanks so much for joining us this week at FFC!

Stella said...

Kirsty I love pink so there is never too much of it on a card :). I love the image and I can imagine how frustrating it must be to have a printer that decides to change the colors....
But I love how this turned out; gorgeous and yes I see those gorgeous rolled flowers again...Wow!
Another handmade beauty from you!
Have a wonderful day!

zielonooka said...

I also thank you for the opportunity to work in such a super team.
Fantastic vintage Halloween card!!:)
Greetings:*

~*~ saskia ~*~ said...

Have a wonderful start to the month of November, Kirsty. xxxx

Deb Hickman said...

Fab Halloween card,I love pink anything so it works for me.

Barbara Colbert said...

What a unique card!!! Love it!!! Thanks for stopping by the blog!!! Am looking forward to seeing more of your wonderful cards!!!

lauren said...

well, i CANNOT IMAGINE why the photo printed all pink like that...but i do have to say it's ♥♥♥COOL♥♥♥ as anything, isn't it?!?!? seriously! i love it!!! :)

Lori said...

What a fun pink and purple Halloween card! Love it! Are you running out of ink? I have an Epson and sometimes I start getting funky colors if an ink color is low.

Helen Tilbury said...

I love the image! It came out a bit pink but matches the colourscheme!! My printer has 6 different coloured cartridges so that when one colour gets low you only have to replace that one. Looks like one of your colours is low - maybe the blue or green, as those are the opposites of the pink tones, which would be why it's coming out more pinky, but usually it should tell you automatically when you click print, if one of the cartridges is low on ink.

Colleen Dietrich said...

Wow, I don't know why your printer did what it did. The original photo is very beautiful, but it worked out okay that it turned red because it's a Halloween card, so it looks a little spooky. Cool layout!

sweet craf-tea chick said...

fabulous card, kirsty! i did not see this in my blog updates. i'm glad i see it now! love the colors, layering, and embellies. very yum! thanks for sharing! *hugs* steph :)