Monday, March 28, 2016

Global Design Project #029 | Colour Challenge

We have a colour challenge this week at the Global Design Project and I thought it was going to be really hard - but my card came together so fast! I actually really enjoyed making it too. My husband Bruno came up with this combo - so I am very happy as it helped me create my card that I love. Here are the colours for the challenge.

Here is my card -


I went for bold and bright! What a surprise for me. I am being sarcastic of course. 

I wanted to have all three colours as the hero of my card today and the Stamp set A World of Thanks did just what I needed it to do. I embossed each colour in White embossing and then cut them into strips. The Bermuda Bay is glued down but the Tangelo Twist and Early Espresso is raised on dimensionals.

I added the Botanical Builders flower just to soften the card it was very loud and bold - I love the addition of the flower. I added a rhinestone in the centre for some bling.

 

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12 comments :

  1. Kylie, this is stunning! I would never have thought of these colors together but they really work.

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  2. Awesome card KJ. The colours are so HOT and vibrant - just the way I envisaged them to look.

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  3. Great card, Kylie! I love your creative use of that stamp set.

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  4. Love your card, Kylie! Unique idea to pop up the two panels around the flat one.

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  5. I love the way you have stamped over all three colours with this card Kylie! Really ties it all together!

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  6. It's not often you can have an equal share of colour in a combination and get away with it. You just did. Another "wow" card here!

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  7. What a great way to show case this stamp, and colours!

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  8. Ooooo...clever with the cutting and lining up the background stamp. Love it!

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  9. Another stunner Kylie! I don't know how, but you just keep 'em coming! xoxo

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  10. I love the bold colours on this - what a great stamp

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