Hello and Welcome to our Sunday Night Blog Hop and Challenge CASEING the CATTY.
To CASE is to Copy And Share Everything or to Copy And Selectively Edit, and we love to CASE from our amazing Stampin' Up! catalogues (CATTY).
This week, we are CASEING from the Abstract Beauty Suite from the Mini Catalogue.
My inspiration has come from the colours in the bright and fun Abstract Beauty paper - these colours are: Magenta Madness, Blushing Bride, Pumpkin Pie, Crushed Curry, Just Jade & Night of Navy.
As bright colours are in my non-comfort zone, I've decided small amounts of colour with a lot of white in the background works perfectly for me!! So my stamp of choice is Sentimental Swirls which is full of fun simple images and fill in stamps. My card is all about #simplestamping.
The background was sponged using the Crushed Curry and a blending brush and then I've stamped the large swirl with the Just Jade, and added all the other bits and pieces!! My finishing touch is the awesome Iridescent rhinestones.
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This is a great fun fold card Julia.ReplyDelete
Your simple stamping throughout is fabulous and agree lots of white works with the bold colours. The sponging really ties it all together.