Wednesday, May 3, 2017

Color Throwdown 441-never regret



Hello everyone! Amy Rysavy is our host for week's Color Throwdown challenge



She's chosen this awesome image of pastel balloons as the inspiration for this challenge. The colors for this week is to use pale purpleaqualight pink, and white. Remember we just use generic colors (so any brand/type/whatever you have will work) and you can always feel free to add in neutrals (white/black/etc) to make your creation pop!

If you upload your creation to a public gallery, please use the keyword CTD441, and please use #CTD441 and #colorthrowdown on social media so we can find your gorgeous creations!  When linking up your creation using the linky tool below, please be sure to link your specific post, not a general link to your blog.  All of the "rules" are in the right sidebar, and you can always check there to be sure! One last detail to remember, no digital designs.  Only digital images that are printed off and colored will be allowed.  Totally digital designs will be removed from the link up.

Did you see on Monday that Lil' Inker Designs had a mini release? It was awesome. Well, this stamp, You Will Never Regret Being Kind was one of the three released and I just had to show it off today. I started the card with some ink smooshing in the background with the challenge colors. I dried the panel, splattered on some of the same color inks and dried it again. Then I stamped the sentiment in Stormy ink and ran it through my die cut machine with the Stitched Quatrefoil cover up die. 

I then framed it up with a Sno Cone Dual Stitched Circle and accented it with the Perky Posies.  I added some sequins in the challenge colors to the flower centers and called it done. 
Before I go, be sure to check out with the rest of the CTD team has created with these colors. They are just yummy! 

Amy Tsuruta- Tsuruta Designs- May Guest Designer!

and now the team:

Have a wonderful Wednesday!
Challenge details are HERE



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