Welcome to addinktive designs and our fourth Colour INKspiration Blog Hop! The CI Crew are back again to help kick start this round of Colour INKspiration Challenges.
Just in case you haven’t heard, Colour INKspiration is on Facebook and we have over 1000 group members!
This fortnight we have a lovely swatch of purple and yellows to work with, thanks to a great pic I found on Pinterest.
The Colour Palette for #CI04 is – Delightful Dijon, Elegant Eggplant, Whisper White and Crushed Curry. Other neutrals are welcome such as Black, Vanilla, Crumb Cake, Kraft, Sahara Sand and Metallics.
I was so inspired to make a Hexagonal Base Pop-Up Card after seeing an awesome video by Sanjay Soriano on the Demonstrator Party Planning Place on Facebook –https://www.facebook.com/sanjay.soriano/videos/g.524888487698159/1893262964277457/?type=2&theater
I thought the colour palette was perfect for a pretty floral display using the Botanical Builder Framelits and then added a couple of winged creatures (dragonflies from Touches of Texture) for the latest challenge at the Global Design Project.
Here’s what the base looked like before adding the flowers –
I followed the tutorial link, made sure I pinned this beaut card fold on Pinterest and created my version for tonight’s colour challenge.
Thanks so much for hopping by!
Next on the hop is the talented, Kim Badelt –
I hope I have inspired you to take up the challenge, make something awesome using the colour combo, and upload your pic at Colour INKspiration.
PS: A fellow SU Demonstrator from the UK, Helen Read has a gorgeous CASE of my card. Make sure you check out her beautiful handiwork and colour palette – All Things Stampy: Mix It Up Monday: Window Box Thinlits
Live in Australia? I’d love to be your Stampin’ Up! ® Demonstrator. If you’re looking for good quality, coordinating stamps, accessories and dies, kits, fun ideas etc. etc. for paper crafting, click on any one of the products below and it will take you to my on-line store –
Product List for Hexagonal Base Pop-Up Card
I forgot to add that I also used a small square from the Stitched Framelits Dies for the panels on the hexagon base.