Wednesday, 18 April 2018

Inspire.Create.Stamping Challenge - Colour Challenge #016

The inspire.create.stamping Challenges are having a 'Colour Challenge' using the about to retire '2016-2018 In Color Collection'.
Seeing as these lovely Colours are retiring, (one will be returning)
we are paying homage to this delightful collection. You can use all the colours, a few, or one. Show us your lovely 2016-2018 In Color creations by adding them to our gallery here.



I have used the 'Whisper White Narrow Notecards and Envelopes' and all of the '2016-2018 In Colors' individually, as you will see below:

I have used the flower and sentiment from the 'Color Me Happy' stamp set. And also the 'Timeless Textures' stamp set for the background.

I coloured the outline and underneath the petals, and stamens of the flowers using the '2016-2018 Stampin' Write Markers', and a 'Sponge Dauber' with the ink pads to lightly add colour to the flower.
I also layered 2 flowers to create a 3D flower popping off the front of the card.

I made envelope liners using the 'Petal Passion Designer Series Paper'. Die cutting the DSP with a 'Layering Circle Framelit Die', and colouring with a 'Sponge Dauber' and the '2016-2018 In Color Classic Stampin' Pads' to coordinate with the intended card.
I just love how my cards and envelopes have turned out.

Now, it's time to check out the Design Teams creations, and get creating to show us your 'Colour Challenge' projects.

Thankyou so much for visiting. D x


Below are all the products used for my 'inspire.create.stamping Colour Challenge #016' creation.
Click on a thumbnail to be taken to my Online Store, and there are 'Last-Chance Products' which have the Retiring Products - Stamps, Bundles & Everything else available until supplies last.
You can browse the Stampin' Up! 2017-2018 Annual Catalogue.
And you can visit the 2018 Occasions Catalogue - available now until 31st June 2018.
Have fun shopping.
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2 comments:

  1. These little note cards are very gorgeous Denita. I couldn't work out which set the flower came from. Now I know.

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  2. Ohh what beauties, Denita. �� Love the matching liners.

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