Saturday, March 17, 2018

Just Us Girls #432 - Color Week

Nancy is our hostess over at Just Us Girls and she has chosen a beautiful color combination for our inspiration!


We have Steph Perry with us again this week as our Guest Designer!  Pop on over to JUGS to see how these colors inspired Stef and the rest of the amazing Design Team!


Using one of my favorite stamp sets, Beautiful Day by Altenew stamping the images with Memento Espresso Truffle and Rich Cocoa inks and die cutting them all.   The background was made by smearing Distress Oxide inks in blues.  The little leaves with the flowers were colored with Touch Twin markers in Khaki and Aqua.

Come share your creations with us at JUGS and you could be chosen as our next Chic of the Week, which would then make you eligible at a chance to become our next Guest Designer!  Please limit your entries to 3.

7 comments:

  1. You have inspired me with this favorite stamp set of mine to think outside the box and try some bold and untraditional colors. Fabulous card Sue!

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  2. These flowers look amazing in the browns!

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  3. Beautiful card Sue! Layering the flowers in browns is so unexpected and turned out amazing, plus they look wonderful against the DOX background. Love this!

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  4. WOW! Rich, gorgeous flowers, a pop of aqua, a pretty blue background - all combined makes for a stunning card! I would never have thought to ink this bloom in browns, so I'm glad you did; adding this to my 'must try' list!
    Hugs~carol

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  5. OMGosh you have done that 'Beautiful Day' stamp set proud. Totally stunning in those colours. Love it Sue. I need to play with mine more. Thanks for a reminder.

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  6. This is stunning! Those flowers are amazing and on that background is perfect. Great job with this week's challenge.

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  7. I often see these gorgeous flowers done in neutrals and I love the look but never think to do it. These looks gorgeous on the blue background, Sue, and I love the pop of blue in the little flowers.

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