Friday, June 1, 2018

Color Dare 295 ~ Fresh Air Cardmaking

Black and White are free colors
Open through June 14th

Each Friday the Design Team at Color My Heart challenges you with a Close To My Heart color palette. You can create any paper craft you like and share it on our home page. If you don't have an exact CTMH color you may substitute something close so you can still join the fun. BUT, don't add any brand new colors to the palette.

I don't create with browns very often but I really like the color Nutmeg and it goes so well with Glacier and New England Ivy. The background on the sentiment layer is actually a Picture My Life (PML) card from the Fresh Air paper packet. These cards are great for pocket scrapbooking but come in really handy for other uses, too.  This was a quick and easy card to make. The sentiment was cut with Thin Cuts and the sparkles were colored with a ShinHan marker.



All products are Close To My Heart
  • Stamp Set: Fresh Air Cardmaking + Thin Cuts
  • White Cards and Envelopes Value Pack
  • Paper Pack: Fresh Air
  • Cardstock: Nutmeg, Glacier, White Daisy
  • Exclusive Inks: Nutmeg
  • Embellishments: New England Ivy Burlap Ribbon, Clear Sparkles
  • Tools: Sap Green ShinHan Marker, Thin 3D Foam Tape
If you need a consultant I'd be happy to help.
If you'd like to BE a consultant I can help with that, too.

Now it's your turn to create and share. We LOVE seeing your interpretation of the challenge colors. Full details are in the post on our home page. While you're there, click on the names of the Design Team to go check out their blog. Leave a comment to make us smile all day!

Have fun creating!
Michelle

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3 comments:

  1. I thought this would be a difficult color challenge, but you didn't seem to have any problem and love that you used the PML card for your sentiment focal. These colors and how you have combined can be masculine and feminine.

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  2. I love how you used the PML card to work for your card. I rarely think to cover up what you don't want to use. Great card!

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