Friday, October 30, 2015

MFT Color Challenge #32

The Challenge:



Here's the color palette.....


and here's my take....


I have to admit that the blue isn't quite right when I see the photo



anyway I was having Christmas in mind as I know I am a bit late this year, I might have trouble if I don't work on the holiday cards soon.

12 comments:

Greta said...

I need to use that lamp post die--you've inspired me, Kirsty--gorgeous card!

Elborgi said...

I love this card!
Wish sometimes to have more words in your language to say all compliments to your posts - but my english isn't good enough

Elma

Juls said...

Hi Kirsty, I have been missing from blog land for soooo long, so currently trying to play a massive game of catchup!! Have loved looking over your blog & all your gorgeous creations, thank you for all your inspiration :-) x

Ros Crawford said...

It's so lovely Kirsty ... Love your blending too!

Julie Tucker-Wolek said...

Wow!! This is gorgeous! LOVING the Holly on the light post!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Audrey Pettit said...

This is fabulous!! Such a great interpretation of that color combo, and such a gorgeous design! Loving the inked background and the glittery snowy hills. The lamp post die with the holly is awesome! Love this scene! And love that your card is completely postal-friendly, too!

dawn said...

Hello Kirsty!! So happy to see your beautiful card here and the ones down below, read them all and LOVE THEM!! Each one is made so well and looks better then the store ones. Never to early to start on Christmas cards, need to get mine going too.

Your Halloween decorations are festive and perfect for the holiday!! I didn't do that much but wish I had know that I see yours.

Happy weekend and last days of October! xo

Sue Lelli said...

I ADORE this card! Fab details!

Adam said...

nice card

Andie Miller said...

This card is absolutely beautiful? Wonderful blue background if you ask me.

Manuela said...

beautiful card, looks like a frosty winter day!

Lynette Jacobs said...

This is so simple and yet so stunning.