Hello! Welcome to Colour INKspiraton for March 2019. You may have just come here via our talented guest designer – Vicki Boucher. Wasn’t her project great! If you’re starting here, be sure to keep hopping until you reach Vicki to see all the great projects.
As always, it’s a gorgeous colour palette. I think we’re going to be seeing a lot of flowers! But I can’t wait to see what else might come of these colours!
This challenge is bright and fun and I also can’t wait to see what you make with it. Join us on the Colour INKspiration Facebook page to share your project.
My card today was inspired by products I have sitting on my shelf that are very much part of the Stampin’ Up! range but don’t appear in the Annual or Occasions Catalogues. Can you spot them?
The embossing folder is a current Sale-A-Bration choices – available to earn until 31st March 2019. It’s so lovely in crisp white! See all the Sale-A-Bration choices by clicking here.
The stamp set is Country Home – a carryover item from the 2018 Holiday Catalogue. You can find all the carryover items by clicking here and viewing in the online store.
I’ve used Stampin’ Blends to colour the flowers & jug. If you’re a Stampin’ Up! addict, you’ll know that there aren’t specific Blends in Pear Pizzazz and Berry Burst – so I’ve just used the closest in the range – Old Olive and Lovely Lipstick.
The third ‘not in a catalogue’ item is the Stitched Seasons framelits. These were a special release item last year. The stitching is so lovely. Although retired, they are available via the online store on the clearance rack. This also means they are discounted – a fabulous bargain!! Click here to see all the clearance rack items (all at up to 60% off retail).
Once I’d finished & photographed this card I realised how familiar it seemed to me. Well, as it turns out, my vision for this stamp set is very one-track. Click here to see a card I made last year with this set!!!
Thank you for joining us today for the Colour INKspiration hop.
To see more great projects, please keeping hopping and visit Rebecca Scurr and her fabulous card.
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