Ink.Stamp.Share Blog Hop!

Saturday 23 April 2022 United Kingdom

Welcome to the Ink.Stamp.Share Showcase Blog Hop!

Today we have a fun colour combination to share with you - Melon Mambo, So Saffron and Granny Apple Green!

I'll admit this is not a colour combination I'd usually go for but I've given it a go as I do like all of these colours, just not usually together!

I've made sure there is loads of white space to keep within my papercrafting style.

I've had some fun playing with 0.5cm strips of the Brights DSP and Subtles DSP to create a unique centre piece for the card, which has been layered onto a die cut from the Scalloped Contour dies.

Althouugh.....looking at the card, I've got the balance a bit wrong.

If I could make it again, I'd make sure there were only two strips of the Melon Mambo DSP. Swapping it around with the Granny Apple Green so there were three strips of Granny Apple Green instead.

I've die cut the butterfly from the Brilliant Wings dies from the same DSP (using the pattern on the opposite side). I added a butterfly die cut, from the same set, underneath in Basic White to make sure it stood out from the background.

The sentiment "Every act of kindness changes the world" is from the Here Together stamp set that is only available until 2nd May.

I've heat embossed it in black embossing powder. I love how it makes the black pop against all of these vibrant colours.

I've added a scattering of Iridescent Rhinestones Basic Jewels to finish the card.

Thank you so much for visiting my blog - I hope you enjoyed my project today! 

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  1. Gorgeous card - love the use of the colors

  2. Such a pretty card Kim, love how you've used the strips of dsp in the background x

  3. Such a pretty card! The stripy background works so well!

  4. Love your beautiful card! The white behind the pretty butterfly really makes it pop! :)

  5. Gorgeous card Kim