Paper Craft Crew #25


Hello Everyone,


Well it's sunny and hot here in Queensland, Australia for my second post as part of the Paper Craft Crew Design Team.  I hope it's not too cold for you where you are at the moment.

My pre-order of goodies arrived during the week and I was able to have a play with the Hearts a Flutter Bundle available from the Seasonal catalogue (in Australia from February 1st), plus a few other new goodies.  This week we have a colour challenge along with the sketch challenge at the Paper Craft Crew.

Here are the details of the challenge.  I've used the sketch and the Colours for my Card.





Color Challenge #3
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videogram cover imageThe colours for the challenge are Basic Gray, Melon Mambo and Old Olive.  Here is the card I've made and as you can see, I altered the sketch slightly to make a square card.  I've used the Hearts a Flutter Bundle which includes stamps and Framelits and I've also used stamp set Thats the Ticket with the co-ordinating punch from the Annual Catalogue and teamed it with a new Build a Brad.  Alternate corners of my squares are rounded off and I've used the Fancy Fan Embossing Folder and also  the Dotted Ribbon Border punch.  If you have a look below, I've used the sketch again without the challenge with some Sale-a-bration product for a workshop sample.

Here is a second card I've made just with the sketch.


 This card has an Island Indigo base with cardstock of Summer Starfruit and Pool Party.  I've used the Bitty Butterfly Punch and the Itty Bitty Banners, Sycamore Street Designer Papers and co-ordinating ribbon.

Thanks so much for stopping by.  Why don't you pop over to the Paper Craft Crew and view the other samples made by the Design Team.  We hope you can join us in the challenge this week.


Comments

  1. I adore your second card so much! First one is good too but I love those colours you have used. Vx

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    1. Thanks Vicki, the colour challenge wasn't my choice however I like how it turned out. I like the fresh colours of the SAB card.

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  2. Both cards are really pretty Carolyn - I can't choose which one I like better!

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