Hi stampers and welcome to this weeks Broke Stampers Unite challenge. This week our focus is color combo. Old Olive, Pear Pizzazz, Daffodil Delight, Calypso Coral and Crumb Cake. They tell me that I'm the one that picked this combo. I'm not sure about that but if so what was I thinking??? Hahahaha talk about challenges. I was stuck. But then I grabbed my new Eastern Palace Bundle (that's available to preorder May 2nd by the way). I figured if I added a new set with a weird combo I'd get something that looked eye catching anyway.  This set has some really cool dies to it so I started there. Daffodil Delight was cut with the doily style die and the cool thing about it is that it doesn't cut it completely out of the card stock. More like a doily window cut. I was then able to layer color behind it as well as more die cut outs in front of it. The versatility of this set is amazing.  I just went through and started layering the different colors on the project. The stamps that coordinates with the dies are a fun way to add all over designs as well as having the featured sentiment. I do have a bit of contraband daffodil delight ribbon but a girls gotta use up even the old stuff right?  It worked. So that's my offering for this challenge. It's a lil different than the norm but I'm good with it. Hope you've enjoyed it also. 

Now hop on over to Terri's Blog HERE and Stace's Blog HERE and see how these ladies fared with this color challenged. I'm sure it was better than my strange creation hahahaha then if you are feeling really ambitious and creative then try this combo out for yourself and share your creation with us at our Broke Stampers Unite Challenges Facebook page HERE

Have a great week and come back often. I'm doing a series on the blog of the upcoming retiring sets from the 2016-17 Stampin'Up! catalog. I'm showcasing a different set each day with links on where to purchase them Some are even as much as 50% off so check back each day. You can always look at what's retiring and the prices HERE

Enjoy your day and Thank You for stopping by.


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