Wednesday, September 7, 2016

TGIF COLOR CHALLENGE

I loved the colors in this week's TGIF Challenge (#TGIFC71) - Sweet Sugarplum, Blushing Bride, and Rich Razzleberry. I decided to get out of my comfort zone and do some embossing/inking for the card background. Since I had just received the Tin of Tags stamp set, I used it for this project.


Here's my entry for this challenge:


I think the snowflake on this stamp set is so pretty! I stamped them with Versamark on a 3 3/4" x 5" piece of Whisper White cardstock and embossed with Clear Emboss Powder. Then I took my daubers and went to work coloring the background. The sentiment is also from this stamp set and I stamped it lightly with the snowflake and cut it out with the Lots of Labels framelits. I then added the Sweet Sugarplum 3/8" glitter ribbon and White Perfect Accents. This card is really super easy to make. The supplies I used are listed below.


This color combination is so luscious, don't you agree?



While I forgot to take a photo of the inside, I stamped a few snowflakes in the 3 colors and added the sentiment "With Love".

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Supplies I used to create this card:


5 comments:

  1. Great use of those colors! Love it!

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  2. I love the way you've blended these gorgeous TGIF tones into this beautiful background. Thank you so much for playing along with the TGIF challenge this week.

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  3. Gorgeous card and color combo! Think I'll be 'case'ing this :)

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