I am so bad with bright colors! I think it is my least used color family. I like things other people do with them, but when I sit down with them……they do not inspire me! Well, I found this lovely pink passion crushed velver ribbon the other day. So I decided I had to work that into the color challenge this week so I would make myself use it! I just grabbed this combo from the color wheel.
I made this card using the Sketch Challenge 104 as a layout. I used the markers to ink up the flower stamp and only inked halfway down the stem so it wouldn’t curve too much. Then I punched it out with a mega oval punch from marvy. I put the sentiment on after that (a muse sentiment stamp). Using the 2 way glue pen, I put Dazzling Diamonds glitter on the flower petals. This add so much!! I did my usual giga scalloped circle punch and pierced the scallops and ringed them with the Sakura white gel pen. I love that look! I put it on dimensionals and mounted it on the other paper.
The paisley is stamped in gable green on white cardstock. I stamped linen in versamark on the lavender lace cardstock. I used the word window punch to punch pink passion tabs for the embellishments. The card looked a little empty and I thought these would finish it off. I used mini brads to adhere the prima flowers. This finished off the card. Like I said earlier, Bold Brights are hard for me. I usually go for the darker colors and more…..elegant?….styles. So of course, I am not happy with it. But it’s ok!