Thursday, 24 March 2016

Rubber Dance March: Colour Challenge

March's colour challenge at Rubber Dance is:


This is such a gorgeous colour combination!
Here is a card I made:




Background: First, white card stock was heat embossed with clear powder using a cracked tile stamp and a script stamp, both from Inkilicious Essentials 1 set. Once dry, Tim Holtz distress inks in Crushed Olive and Spiced Marmalade were applied with a blending tool. To add extra depth of colour, the card was spritzed with Dylusions ink in Fresh Lime and Pure Sunshine. 

Image: The two dandelion seed heads called 'Make a Wish' from Marion Emberson Designs were stamped and heat embossed with Snowflake Tinsel embossing powder.
Lines of diamond shapes were stamped around the edges using Memento Bamboo Leaves  and Inkilicious stamps.

Banner: Sentiment was heat embossed in white Sea Foam powder and inked with distress inks and Dylusions inks. The banner was attached on foam pads.

All edges were inked with jet black Ranger ink. The finished piece was mounted on black card, then mounted onto the card base.

Thanks for stopping by and looking!

4 comments:

  1. Gorgeous! I love how you have used our challenge colours this month. The white flowers and other images look really pretty on the colourful background. Thank you for entering our March challenge at Rubber Dance ♥

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    1. Thanks for leaving such a lovely comment x

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  2. Love the white embossing against the bright fresh colours. Lovely images and texture. Thanks for joining the Rubber Dance challenge. Hugz

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