CCMC Summer 2014 Week 2 Challenge




Create with Connie and Mary week two, celebrating all things baby and children, has come to an end.  

It’s not too late to join in and be apart of the fun.  Go to Create With Connie and Mary and sign up.  You’ll get to see all projects and download the tutorials for everything in Week’s 1 and 2 plus be there for the reveals of Weeks 3 and 4.  You’ll get oodles of ideas for using new products in the new Stampin’ Up!  catalogue!

To end our week, here is the weekly Create With Connie and March challenge – it’s a color one:


I love these colors together!!!  Here’s what I put together…


I was able to use these three colors with ease with the help of the Lullaby DSP pack.  I picked three papers from the package  to make some banners and adhered them sideways on the background.  

OH…the background…let’s talk about that for a second!  It’s not patterned paper but made with Whisper White cardstock, Hello Honey ink, a dauber and the NEW Stars Decorative Mask.  I was pretty excited to receive this products in my first new catalogue order and just like I thought – I’m loving them already!  It’s so easy – just one minute sponging and you have a great individualized background in any color.

Supplies used:

Stamps – Big News

Ink & Paper – Whisper White, Coastal Cabana, Lullaby DSP, Hello Honey, Baked Brown Sugar

Accessories – Decorative Mask, Itty Bitty Accents Punch pack, dimensionals

Now go visit Create with Connie and Mary to see what the other designers created with these colors.  Don’t forget to join in on the challenge and make a card and share it with us!






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  1. Deb says:

    What a fun card! Love those strips of dsp and the scattered stars!

  2. JoAnn B. says:

    Very pretty card. I like the color combo.

  3. Joey Tipping says:

    Gorgeous card, Natasha! Love those colors combined and your design is so great. Also loved how you photographed it with that DSP behind it. Clever you! Super card!

  4. What a fun birthday card!! The Lullaby DSP works wonderfully with the sentiment!

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