Global Design Project #029 | Colour Challenge

“This week is most definitely a challenge for us all – we know that you are up it.

We can either thank or be frustrated with my husband Bruno Bertucci for coming up with this colour combo depending on how you feel about it.”

So this colour Combo was Bruno’s idea, Kylie………mmmmm!

GDP029 Colour

Interesting combination but once I started working out what I was going to do, it all came together.

With this card I wanted to keep it light and soft with a look of being Antique.

These 3 colours are such strong colours and can easily over power each other but they work so well together.

I have used Crumb Cake Card stock as my White because I didn’t want a stark bright contrast. The Crumb Cake softens and blends the colours.

The Rose image I stamped in Early Espresso and then used the Blender Pen to bring the colour out and give shading Adding a touch more Early Espresso from the stamp pad.

The edges of the Deco Labels Framelit was sponged in the Early Espresso.

On the card I stamped the texture stamp from “You’ve Got This” Stamp Set in the 2 colours overlapping them.

The ribbon used is the Seam Binding in Crumb Cake (discontinued), this was dampened by spraying with water and then

scrunching ribbon and stamping directly on top with the two colours….Tangelo Twist and Bermuda Bay.

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Hope you enjoy this card

Keep on Stampin’ Up!

Table built using Product Table Builder by The Crafty Owl – Independent Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator.

4 thoughts on “Global Design Project #029 | Colour Challenge

  1. Michele – I’m in love with this card – the flower looks so amazing in brown, and the background of the card base is phenomenal! Thank you so much for playing along with this week’s GDP color challenge!

    • Michele Jutrisa

      Thanks Brian, glad you liked it …inspired from a card you did

  2. Oh Michele! Stunning. I’m glad this colour challenge pushed you – look what it created. Thank you so much for playing along with this week’s Global Design Project challenge!

    • Michele Jutrisa

      So much fun to do……I knew what I wanted to do and the colours worked well in what I was trying to achieve

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