Color Q


A quick post to link up to Color Q #148 – a lovely color palette to play with! 🙂 I managed to make a couple of cards so quite chuffed with myself! Have a look! 🙂

Used a green ink pad and swiped it directly on the card base and layered the hearts over it. Hope the pink shows up….click on the pic to  have a better look! I also added a full heart at the bottom and added glossy accents to it.

One advice for all of you. Before you buy dies, make sure you are convinced about it. This Memory Box die looks great but is a bit fiddly. So think well before you buy! 🙂

Used my PTI Lighten Up dies and stamp set for this one. Kept things very simple and CAS 🙂 Great way to use scraps but my appreciation of all of you who attempt paper piecing has greatly increased! Salut! 🙂 The swirl border is from a Fiskars stamp set – Henna Petals. Very happy with that buy!

So there it is! Thanks so much for stopping by! 🙂 Have a good weekend!

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5 thoughts on “Color Q

  1. These cards are just great! Love the hearts, especially with the splash of green behind them!

  2. What great cards! Thanks for the advice about the dies. Sometimes they look pretty but they can be so fussy! Thanks for joining us at colourQ!

  3. Fun cards, Shobana, love the design in the first and the images in the second, both are cute! So glad you decided to join us this week at the colourQ.

  4. Both such pretty cards. Thank you for joining us at the colourQ this week!

  5. Tejal

    So arty card…love the way you think out of the box!! I’ve always wondered about memory box dies…do you use a metal shim that they recommend? I want to buy, but that additional shim has me left wondering if its worth a buy!

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