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Kristina Werner Colour Inspiratation #10 June 1, 2008

Filed under: Card Creations,Stamping,SU Creations — Jo @ 6:54 pm

Another colour inspiration from Kristina – this week the colours are Old Olive, Bashful Blue, Whisper White, So Saffron and Not Quite Navy.  For some reason, this colour combination just screamed ‘baby boy’ colours to me, so that’s what I created.  It was a bit of a process, cause I knew what I wanted to use (my new SU star punches) but that was about it.  As a result, I have a heap of left over elements on my table so expect some more cards using this colour combo.


The circle elements are raised on dimensionals, the book plate thingy is by Making Memories (jigsaw frames and flourishes) and is covered with So Saffron DSP.  I used my Basic Grey Precision File Set to sand the edges and it is attached to the Bashful Blue Striped Grosgrain ribbon using Old Olive brads.  Card Base is 4-7/8″ x 5-3/4″.

Thanks for looking!

Stamps: Small Saying (retired)  Paper: Not Quite Navy, Old Olive, Bashful Blue, Whisper White cardstock, So Saffron Designer Series Paper (retired)  Accessories:  Star Punch, Large Star Punch, 1/3-8 RD punch, Oval Punch, Old Olive brads, Bashful Blue Striped Grosgrain ribbon, Bookplate thingy (Making Memories), Glue Stick, Dimensionals, Precision File Set (Basic Grey)  Ink:  Bashful Blue Classic Ink.


3 Responses to “Kristina Werner Colour Inspiratation #10”

  1. What a fun card! Love what you did with Kristina’s challenge!

  2. I really like your card!

  3. Kerry Says:

    this is a great card. perfect for a boy. i also love the template of your blog!!

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