Thursday, April 7, 2011

Dreamweaver Colorway Challenge ~*~Teal & Yellow~*~


Welcome to Dreamweaver Dream Scheme Thursday!!!
This week our FABULOUS Design Team sister Kristi has thrown us a Teal & Yellow challenge.

I have known about this challenge for quite a while and have been contemplating it!!! Finally it came to me....

Mix Dreamweaver Glossy Green and Glossy Blue pastes together.....TEAL!!! The picture really doesn't do the color of the tree justice.
This is a simple pasting technique. I mixed the two colors of paste and pasted. It was pretty darn easy!!

Please take the time to see how the other Design Team sister answered the challenge. There is a list to all of their links to the right of this post!!

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10 comments:

Laura Drahozal said...

Very clever! I always love looking at your work. I keep thinking that I am going to mix my own colors, but it just doesn't happen for me. I would love to see this one in person, I bet the color is fantastic.

Louise said...

Great idea to mix the blue and green pastes! Very pretty. BTW the butterfly on mine was Yellow Matte Paste on the teal paper, sprinkled with yellow glitter while wet. Then I thought it was too yellow, so I used a stencil brush to add a little Brilliance Rust over the glitter.

Kristi said...

I love it too. I was mixing colors as well. I love this stencil and the way yo used it all! Love you my sista!!!

sommrstamping said...

wendy...I love this, I never think about mixing the colors together. Very nice card.

Liz Martin said...

Love the tree with a bit of bling. I'm going to have to give paste blending a try.

Terrece Siddoway said...

WOW! Very striking. I love how everyone has come up with such different ideas. This one is a copy card!! I'll be copying!

Pam Hornschu said...

The blue and green together creating teal...I have to try that. Love the sunny yellow background with the teal tree. Also, love the butterfly card above. My fave combo for everything is blues and greens.

Lynell Harlow / Dreamweaver Stencils said...

Wendy...this card is delightful! It happens to be one of my favorite stencils. I love the stunning color combination!

Lee Kellogg said...

I like it! That stencil has been calling to me and you did a great job with it.

Julie Makela said...

This is a stunning card Wendy. The white mat is perfect as it breaks the intensity of colour. Well done.