This is my last week as Guest Designer for the month of November over at Colour Me...! So before I share the colours of the new challenge I'd like to say a massive THANK YOU to Hayley and Tara for having me, I've had a lovely time being part of the team over the last few weeks. And thank you to the lovely ladies on the Design Team, you've all made me feel very welcome xx
So, without further ado, here is this week's colour palette, isn't it gorgeous?!
And here is my card (I had a little trouble with the photography this week, the aqua ink was refusing to show up so, apologies, it's not the greatest!)...
I recently bought the Endless Wishes set from Stampin' Up so wanted to ink it up for this card. I used some white cardstock and randomly stamped the different sized snowflakes in three ink colours. I then cut this with a pierced square die. On the card base I marked a horizontal strip on the back of the card front with pencil. I then used my score board to make small diagonal stripes all the way across the width of the card. The snowflake panel was then mounted using 3D foam pads. Next I used a strip of white cardstock to stamp the sentiment in the darker purple ink and offset this onto a snippet of aqua cardstock. This was also then adhered with 3D foam. The final touch was a scattering of gems. These are gorgeous, they are almost flat, but just have a slight dome shape to them.
- Stamps: Stampin' Up - Endless Wishes
- Ink: Versa Color - Orchid, Seafoam, Heliotrope and Violet
- Die: MFT Die-namics - Pierced Squares Stax
- Accents: Glitterati gems
- Tools: Stampin' Up - Simply Scored
I would like to enter this card at the following challenges:
Addicted to CAS - Challenge #52 - Sketch
Let's Craft and Create - Challenge #99 - Christmas
Inkspirational - Challenge 70 - Christmas with a twist of no red or green
Oh La La Creations - Challenge #170 - Christmas
All the rules for the Colour Me...! challenge can be found here and there is some fantastic inspiration from the Design Team using this week's lovely colours. So why not have a go yourself and share your creations.
As always, thanks for visiting and I hope to see you again very soon.