Summer Starfruit, Basic Grey and a pop of Island Indigo
Yesterday, I stumbled upon a fabulous new blog through pinterest (yep…I’m addicted!) and I took some inspiration from a stunning card made by Keisha Campbell. Her work is beautiful and I love her photography – I sooo wish I could take photos like her. Photography lessons are now on my bucket list. Check out her card here.
- I’m loving the grey and yellow trend that I’m seeing everywhere at the moment. Add a pop of Island Indigo and you have a match made in heaven. My colour inspiration comes from this photo I found on pinterest – I prefer more of a mustard yellow and Summer Starfruit fits the bill perfectly.
- Vellum stamped with Black Stazon makes a lovely change for a sentiment, don’t you think?
- If you missed the Vine Street embossing folder during Sale-a-bration, there a plenty of others you can use instead. Check out the range here.
- Combining patterns is all the rage right now. The Summer Starfruit geometric pattern from the Pinwheels On Parade Simply Scrappin Kit works beautifully with the stamped Basic Grey stripes. Ihe Island Indigo floral butterflies from Twitterpated bring it all together.
- A vintage faceted button threaded with linen thread and tied in a bow, adds a sweet finishing touch.
Stampin Up! Supplies
Stamps: Hearts a Flutter (129252) clear or (129249) wood, Pursuit of Happiness (121970) clear or (121907) wood.
Card: Whisper White (106549), Vellum (106584)
Paper: Pinwheels On Parade Simply Scrappin Kit (126929), Twitterpated (125406)
Ink: Basic Grey (126981), Jet Black Stazon (101406), Vintage Faceted Buttons (127555)
Fabulous Flourishes: Linen Twine (104199),
Tools: Hearts A Flutter Framelits (130159), Beautiful Wings Embosslits Die (118138), Window Frames Framelits (129021), Big Shot (113439) , Stampin Trimmer (129722), Vine Street Embossing Folder (Sale-a-bration – no longer available)
Posted on April 1, 2013, in All Occasion, Cards, Stampin Up and tagged Canberra Papercraft Supplies and Classes, Canberra Stampin Up Demonstrator, Handmade Cards, Inkydayz, Stampin' Up!, Tania Willis. Bookmark the permalink. 9 Comments.