Hello fellow crafters! Welcome back! Today I’m honored to be a guest stamper over at the Color Throwdown blog with this amazing color combo

And here we go!

The Altenew Weekend Doodles is one of my favorites and love colouring it! So I stamped one of the images with Memento Tuxedo Black ink onto Neenah Solar White cardstock and coloured it with copics. The colours I used are:

Orange: Y17, YR04, YR07, R24

Yellow: Y11. Y13, Y15, Y35

Gray: C1, C, C6

I die cut the image with the matching dies and set aside. Then I grabbed another piece of Neenah Solar White cardstock, blended some Peacock Feathers Distress Ink with a blending brush and added a few black splatters before I die cut it to a circle.

I die cut a piece of Simon Says Stamp Fog cardstock with the MFT Stitched Rectangle dies and used a leftover piece of SSS Slate cardstock to white heat emboss my sentiment. I then used my scissors to trim it to a banner.

Assembling time! I foam mount the flower piece and the sentiment onto the circle piece and then adhered it to the gray panel. Then used foam tape to mount the panel onto a standard A2 white card base.

As a final touch I added a few dark gray enamel dots here and there and went all over the flowers and leaves with Wink of Stella clear glitter pen for some sparkle!

I had so much fun playing with this week’s colours! I love how inspirational this challenge is! Hope you got inspired too! And if you want to see more of this gorgeous stamp set in action you can check these posts here and here.

Thank you for your time! Have a lovely day and I’ll see you soon!

  1. Hello my beautiful IG friend!! OH my goodness, this is just a gorgeous card – love every single detail, and don’t they look perfect on this GREY card base? lol
    Athena, congratulations on being a Guest Designer at CTD!
    If I could ask a favor… please add a ‘follow by email’ button on your side bar!! I’d love to get every post in my inbox! xx
    =]

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