Monday, 4 September 2017

Pink Pansy

It's an anything goes challenge over at Aurora Wings and I thought I might try some colours that are a little out of my comfort zone.

I chose Pansy Sprite, which was a freebie a little while ago.  I had a search on google and found a pansy in unexpected colours.


So had a little attempt with these colours, it started fairly well, but I think the shades of pink I chose didn't quite work as expected, still it is always a lesson learnt.

To keep with the bold colour choice I used a mixture of die cuts in pink and orange to complete my card.


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Challenges Entered:-

Crafting from the Heart - ATG
Dragonfly Dreams - Patterned Paper
Scrappers Delight - ATG
A Bit more Time to craft - ATG
Cards galore Encore - ATG


5 comments:

  1. OMG, Julie! I've never seen a pansy in that gorgeous color combo and I WANT SOME! So vibrant and happy and you've captured it beautifully! Love your matching DP and beautiful framing with the fabulous bright die cuts. I can't help but smile. Fabulous work! xxD

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  2. I do love this color palette, Julie! The synergy of the bright pink and orange creates such a vibrant energy, which is definitely happy and fun! The oval frame die cuts in bright colors work so well with the paper with the cute flower pattern. It's beautiful, happy, and definitely brought a smile to my face today. Thank you so much for this beautiful inspiration for our new Anything Goes challenge at Aurora Wings today. Mitzi xxx

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  3. What a beautiful pansy... both the photo and your coloring. Looks so exclusive... Would love to have some of those in my garden. Stunning coloring and a really beautiful card. Hugz

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  4. Lovely! Thank you for joining in the Challenge at Crafting From the Heart.
    Mary

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  5. Great project thank you for joining the challenge at
    http://cardsgalorechallenges.blogspot.co.uk

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