Our team finds some stunning images from Pinterest to use as our colour INKspiration challenge.
This time the challenge is Basic Black and Whisper White, with a pop of colour.
When I first created the project I had in my head, I got just a bit too carried away with my Pop of Colour, and it looked like I wasn't really featuring Black and White at all!!!
So I pulled apart my card, and used Black as my card base, added some more Black elements and tried to reduce the impact of the Petal Pink on the overall project.
I was very hesitant to use the Basic Black butterfly shadows, but in the end, I think they look ok...
My Pop of colour comes from Petal Pink sponged using one of our Pattern Party Decorative Masks, and then also sponging onto the centre of the stamped and punched butterfly. The Black elements are from the gorgeous black shimmer ribbon, the Faceted Dots and the stamping.
The rest of the team has some really stunning projects inspired by these colours - you must keep hopping all the way around! Up next is Jacque's super sweet project!!
Are you so inspired you want to have a go using the colours this time? We'd love to see your project in the lineup on our facebook challenge page. You are very welcome to join in the fun with us!!
Until Next Time,
Love Julia x
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I love the subtlety of your 'pop' of colour. All of the cards looks fabulous to me!ReplyDelete
Wow, thank you Jan.Delete
Wow - love the subtle pop that the Petal Pink adds. Great card Julia! Kelly xReplyDelete
Aw thank you Kelly.Delete
So striking with that lovely soft pop of pink. xReplyDelete
Aw thank you Lou.Delete
A really sweet butterfly creation, Julia. A pop of Petal Pink is so lovely with the as the background pattern and on the butterflies. D xReplyDelete
Thank you Denita - definitely soft in the background!!Delete