Friday, March 08, 2013

Color My Heart - Guest Designer

I was very excite to be asked by the Color My Heart Blog team to be a guest designer.
The Challenge? To use 2 different paper packs on one item.
Well for those of you who know my OCD tendencies - this was WAY out of my comfort zone - you all know how I like everything to match !!!

Anyway - I came up with this 3" x 6" card which features Chantilly and For Always papers.
The base I made from CTMH white Textured card-stock.
I then added a piece of the Green Chantilly paper and added texture and sparkle with a piece of Sweet Leaf Ribbon and the new Black Shimmer Tape.
The blue background?? That is the black and white paper from For Always which I graduated ink 
sponged with Twilight, Crystal Blue and Sky inks and the Texture Tools
I also ink distressed 2 Milepost Shape stars - one with Sky Ink and the other with Twilight. I painted them both with Create a Shade Pearl Paint, then added liquid glass to the smaller one. 
Another piece of the Black Shimmer Tape was added to the large star.
Rosette ribbon added softness to it & a Cricut cut flower with the center filled with the 
Stardust Glitter Glitz Gel added more height.
Finally the sentiment is from the Avonlea Card-making kit .
I had fun with this challenge and hope it inspires you to mix your papers :O)
Love Sara x

3 comments:

  1. Hi Sara! Thanks so much for being our guest designer this week at Color My Heart! I love your card. The way you inked the paper to change the color is really cool!

    Sarah

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  2. Great to have you as guest designer this week, Sara! How did you get that paper to look so evenly inked? I was wondering where you got it, because I could not tell! ;) Love all the sparkle and the way you pull all the elements together--nice! :)

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  3. 'Kigs' - i used a sponge and just worked and blended the inks evenly together so you don't get a hard line - glad you liked - I took the photo late at night so the lighting wasn't the best but glad it 'made the grade' :O)

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