Sunday, June 28, 2015

Happy Birthday - UR GR8

It's time to enter a card into the color challenge at colourQ.


On a panel of white cardstock, geometric images were stamped using Night of Navy and Marina Mist inks. A die cut of geometric design was adhered to the stamped panel, craft foam was added to the back and it was adhered to the navy card base. The craft foam lifts the panel to add dimension.

A banner was cut from Soft Sky and stamped with a sentiment and some hearts and the edges sponged. A yellow heart was cut freehand and stamped with a small sentiment and the edge sponged. The heart was adhered to the banner. A piece of navy seam binding was tied to the banner with a simple square knot. The banner was backed with craft foam and adhered to the card.

The inside of the card was lined with a panel of yellow and stamped across the bottom edge with simple hearts.

Techniques: Stamping, sponging, die cutting, freehand cutting
Size: A2 (4.25" x 5.5")

Products are Stampin' Up! unless otherwise noted:
Stamps: What's Your Type? stamp set for background, Simon Says Circle Sayings for sentiments
Inks: Night of Navy, Marina Mist
Cardstock: Night of Navy, Soft Sky, Daffodil Delight, Whisper White
Die: Reverse Confetti Geometric Design
Misc.: Night of Navy 1/2" Seam Binding

6 comments:

  1. Hey, quite different and interesting and takes on the look of the flip-flop....cool.

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  2. Funky and cool. I love the look of that geometric die over your collage of images! Thanks for joining us at colourQ!

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  3. Oh, Melanie, what a great inspiration challenge card! It rocked it with the colors and the flip-flip pattern! Wow! I love it! Hugs!

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  4. This is awesome Melanie! Love the die cut that you've got over the background. Great use of the colors too! :)

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  5. This is one very fun and funky creation, and I love how the crisp shades of blue with white are enhanced by that delicate yellow framework. Great idea to echo the sunshiny touch in the heart, which really pops! And kudos for how your modern graphics coordinate with the tech-savvy sentiment, "UR GR8." This card is GR8!!

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