Hello and Welcome to another AHMAAZING colour combination from the fabulous Colour INKspiration challenge team.
The colours this time are: Powder Pink, Melon Mambo, Pool Party and Island Indigo.
I must disclose that Melon Mambo is my least favourite Stampin' Up! colour (I'm so not into pink!!) However, doesn't it look stunning with the Sale-a-bration Heartfelt Blooms.
This card features the Eclipse technique which is very popular right now! I've used the Celebrate You Sale-a-bration thinlits and also cut 4 more layers of Powder Pink of the greeting to make it stand out from the panel of the card. I've used the Pool Party and Island Indigo for the mat behind the feature. While I was creating this, I toyed with adding some Pool Party or Powder Pink ribbon, but in the end, the glorious detailed image is the magic all in itself I think!!
I hope you've been inspired by these great light and dark colours - lots of floral creations this time. Make sure you hop over to see glorious cake by Nikki Spencer.
And please join in the fun by adding your project to our lineup on the Colour INKspiration facebook page.
Until Next Time,
Love Julia x
Please head over to my online store if you wish to see these products in more detail - and you can place your order anytime (if you're in Australia) while you're there (even if you're in your pyjamas!!)
And, if you can see yourself creating cards and sharing your love of papercrafts while inspiring others, perhaps you might be interested in the Stampin' Up! Business opportunity - contact me to find out how.
SNAP! love this stampset with bright colours. Very clever with the pink behind the Celebrate, and you're right, no ribbon necessaryReplyDelete
Totally Elizabeth - we have great taste in stamps!!Delete
Me too! The vibrant Melon Mambo on white is so lovely, great design too Julia! xxReplyDelete
Thank you so much Nikki - gorgeous stamp set!!!Delete
A lovely eclipse creation, Julia. I love the Melon Mambo blooms. D xoxReplyDelete
Thank you Denita - these blooms are glorious every time I see them!Delete
Beautiful use of the eclipse technique! Love it!ReplyDelete
THanks Hiske - it looks so effective!!Delete
Great choice of colours and stamps for this technique, Julia. Love it.ReplyDelete
Thank you so much Bronwyn. It worked out very well.Delete
Love your eclipse card Julia. That stamp set is just gorgeous!ReplyDelete
Yes it really is. Thank you so much MelDelete
Simple, elegant and gorgeous - what more could you ask for!ReplyDelete
Aw thank you Lou, that's so lovely you like it!!Delete