It's time for Color Week at Just Us Girls and Bobby has chosen a very versatile color combo to inspire us! Great colors of Terracotta and Green!
Since it's a new month, that means a new Guest Designer! Please welcome Joanne James!
Check out JUGS to see how Joanne and the rest of the Design Team used these beautiful colors.
I know St. Patrick's Day has come and gone, but I couldn't help myself, I just had to use this fun set from Photo Play one more time! Stamped the leprechaun, colored and fussy cut omitting the flag he was holding. Die cut the big (unknown) shamrock and did some ink blending. Die cut the Tim Holtz lucky and covered with green Nuvo Drops for some shine and dimension. Put it together on the brick background which is a Tim Holtz embossing folder using some very old, from my stash Core'dinations White Washed cardstock in a terracotta color and sanding off the raised bricks to reveal the terracotta.
Come share you creation with us 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.
Sue... I am so loving your creations with this little gnome!
So many great techniques you used for this color week card! Fun!!!!
The gnome was a perfect idea for this color combo, Sue. The brick wall looks so good and appears to have so much texture! Well done!
Brick backgrounds seem to be our take on terra cotta, Sue. I love yours embossed with that darling leprechaun.
How fun is he! I love his oversized shamrock and the fun brick wall. Cute card, Sue!
Great use of the colors - his beard is spot on!
Your wall and 'leprechaun' pairing make for a fun way to showcase this week's colour combination. Love it!
Loving your St Patrick's Day card Sue. Great take on this week's colours.
Sue your fun gnome looks fabulous with the oversize shamrock and textured brick background - gorgeous! Thanks for the warm welcome to JUGS this week!
I've been loving all your St. Patrick's Day cards! This is just so cute, and the colors were perfect for this theme!
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