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Friday, January 23

Kwerner Colour Inspiration #39




This is my card for Kristina's Colour Challenge #39. I am not absolutely confident about my layout for this card I have been angsting over it for some time that I decided that enough was enough and this was going to have to do.


To make this card I firstly stamped the Polka Dots with Basic Black ink, then I tied RR ribbon along the top then BB grosgrain ribbon below. I cut a circle out of WW cardstock with my nestabilities then stamped the butterfly image with WW ink, layering it on some yellow cardstock by Core-dinations cut with my scallop punch. I added some white dots in the scallops also. I stamped the sentiments, added some rhinestones and a butterfly stamped with RR ink, matted it with the core-dinations cardstock and then popped it up on some dimensionals. As a final bling touch I put a row of rhinestones along the base of the card.

Thank you for coming to visit. Have a lovely weekend everyone.


Catherine
Materials
Stamps: SU Polka Dots, SU Basic Phrases, SU Cause for Celebration, SU Occasional Greetings, Little Yellow Bicycle Shason Ann Delightful Stamps.
Ink: SU Real Red, SU Wild Wasabi, SU Basic Black
Paper: SU Real Red, SU Wild Wasabi, SU Whisper White,Core-dinations Cardstock
Accessories: SU Real Red and Basic Black Grosgrain Ribbon, Dimensionals, Kaiser Rhinestones, Scallop Punch

6 comments:

  1. Cute card - love your use of the colours!

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  2. I think this is great!! I love that background stamp; looks great here!

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  3. Love the butterfly great job on the challenge!

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  4. I was having a hard time with the colors, but you did a great job. Simple yet Elegant!

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  5. I like how you made red the predominant color.

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  6. Good one! Am enjoying having a look at your blog! You have made some very beautiful cards Catherine.

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