It's my turn to host this week's challenge and I picked a theme I haven't picked very often.
Not sure why I haven't picked a feminine challenge more often, as most of my stamp sets fall into that category. At least as far as flowers can be considered a feminine theme.
So, flowers is what I went with. And pink.
Pink is probably the colour I use the least. But this year, I'm really liking the way three of the new 2017-2019 In Colors work together: Powder Pink, Berry Burst and Fresh Fig.
My design is inspired by a video I watched, done by Kylie Bertucci, a Stampin' Up demonstrator from Australia. Her card had multiple layers, but I pared my version down to just one.
The images are from Touches of Texture and Jar of Love stamp sets. I just stamped randomly - one of my favourite things to do! on the Whisper White cardstock. The sentiment was stamp first in the middle and then all the other images around it.
Using a framelit from the Layering Ovals set, I cut out the sentiment and layered it onto a Berry Burst scalloped oval from the same set. That was then popped up with dimensionals over a strip of Copper Ribbon. For some reason, I love the look of the copper with the pink tones.
Want to see what the other Watercooler Artists have done? It's easy! Just visit Watercooler Wednesday, then show us your feminine side.
Wednesday, August 2, 2017
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