Painter’s Palette

CCMC412Happy Thursday everyone!  Are you all enjoying your ‘new stuff’?  I know I am just having a BLAST with it and finally fell like my creativity is coming back.

This week for the Create with Connie and Mary Thursday Challenge we have an AWESOME color challenge for you:  Watermelon Wonder, Blushing Bride, Pool Party.  Oh SOOOOO easy to work with!

I love the look of ‘abstract’ shapes and the Painter’s Palette ‘swishes’ really fit the bill for me!

Here’s the details…

  • Pool Party – 4 1/4 x 11 folded
  • Watermelon Wonder – cut out the ‘scallop’ edge from the Popcorn Box Thinlet, add to card front
  • Whisper White – 3 1/2 x 5 1/2, stamp large swish in Pool Party, medium swish in Blushing Bride and small swish in Watermelon wonder, stamp scatter dots in Basic Black Archival, add to card front using dimensionals
  • Basic Black – 1/8 x 5 1/2, add to left side of Whisper White panel
  • Blushing Bride – 5/8 x 3, stamp greeting using Basic Black Archival, cut into banner and add using dimensionals
  • Add some Basic Rhinestones to finish off

June 2016 CollageThe Create with Connie and Mary June Mini Session to open!  Yes…it is TRUE!

* Each month’s $8.95 US session includes FIVE step-by-step tutorials for projects…THREE card sets, each with 4 cards and TWO 3D items…perfect for your club or stamp camp meetings!

Head over to Create with Connie and Mary to sign up now and to check out the really cool design team projects!!

Set(s): Painter’s Palette, Greatest Greetings
Paper: Whisper White, Pool Party, Blushing Bride, Watermelon Wonder
Ink: Basic Black Archival, Pool Party, Blushing Bride, Watermelon Wonder
Other: Popcorn Box Thinlits, Basic Rhinestones,  Dimensionals

Until next time…HAPPY STAMPIN’!


5 thoughts on “Painter’s Palette”

  1. You are the master of putting together abstract shapes, Mary! I’m completely awed by it every time! It looks like it should be an easy thing to do, but it does take skill which you seem to have plenty of! I love that you added black to your card this week…it really makes these colors look different together!

  2. What a great way to use a completely random stamp to create the perfect card Mary. Genius idea to use the popcorn die for the scalloped edge trim too – I was wondering what I’d missed until I read your post!

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