Global Design Project - Colour Challenge


Colour Challenges. Ugh. Many love them, not this little chicken! I struggle - every.single.time.
I get out every stamp I own and sit and stare, sometimes for hours. I walk away with hope that something comes to me. And thankfully it did!

Here's this weeks colour challenge:


For me, I thought the colours lent themselves to a flower. In Australia we are at the beginning of my favourite season, Spring, and I wanted to use a stamp that I believe has been a little overlooked lately, Blended Bloom.   

I stamped it onto Shimmer Paper, which watercolours beautifully with the Aqua Painters, picking up ink from the lid of my Daffodil Delight ink pad and fussy cut it out. I used a sponge to lightly colour the background in soft sky. The sentiment 'Hello Sunshine' signifies the commencement of Spring, to which I am LOVING the warmer weather. Using the Crazy About You stamp set, it has been heat embossed with white embossing power onto black cardstock and carefully trimmed with the Stampin' Trimmer. 

I hope you enjoyed my project this week. Make sure you pop over to the Global Design Project to see all the Design Team creations and also why not play along?! 


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9 comments:

  1. I think you captured Spring perfectly with this delightful, fresh card! I felt you pain when describing how colour challenges make you feel though, lol. Love the off center sentiment - it pops!

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  2. So bright, happy and cheery! What a gorgeous card!

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  3. Louise,

    I love your style and your cards. And it is so gratifying to me to hear that someone so talented as you hates color challenges too because I struggle with them so much. Thanks for making me feel human! I like this card and your take on the color challenge.

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  4. What a bright, fun and funky card Louise! I love what you have done. I'm super proud of you for putting the sentiments on an angle like that as I know it would be out of your comfort zone. Go you!

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  5. What a fantastic card. Love each detail on it.
    Hugs Tanja
    greetings from Germany

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  6. Definitely a cheerful, Spring time card!

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  7. Hi Louise, I do exactly the same thing with colour challenges....Gorgeous card :)

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  8. Gorgeous card as always, love the subtle blue background. Totally envy the recipient of this card ;)

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