Our Colour Dare Challenge for #474 is a choose at least 3 of the above colours, you are free to use Black, White, Gold & Copper. When you are creating for more than one challenge please make sure your project meets our requirement. Most importantly - have fun! Go to the link for Colour Dare #474 and add your entry. When you submit your entry you must provide a link to your post, not just to your blog in general. There are LOTS of ways to enter either a Blog Post or post to an online gallery (Facebook, Pinterest, SplitCoast Stampers, or Instagram).
I chose Papaya, Avocado and Harbour. I pulled out the Love Story Paper Packet + Sticker Sheet (Black) with that gorgeous black and white flowers and decided to colour it. Its a "wedding" pack with the stickers but without the stickers its a great every use paper pack and great for colouring.
FYI: Contact me if you'd like a copy of the PDF of the cardstock matching CTMH cardstock with the Triblend Markers as shown below (its 3 pages and you cut a 1 inch circle of cardstock and then colour in with triblend markers to make the matching colours).
Unfortunately the guide hasn't got the new colours in yet so I pulled out the triblend marker colours to find the closest to the Papaya (which is new).
I decided Coral TriBlend™ Marker was closest and used those three colours to colour in the petals and flowers.
Note: The darker coral pen isn't a good match (too dark) so I only used the lightest coral and I covered that first one up with the cardstock and thanks title.
To finish off the card I cut a peice of Harbour Cardstock at 4x5.25 inches and an off-cut strip leftover which is about half an inch ish. Then I stamped the THANKS with Daisy Alphabet stamps using Papaya Exclusive Inks™ Stamp Pad on White Daisy Cardstock and trimmed it to size and then matted it in Harbour Cardstock.
All attached to a White Cards & Envelopes Value Pack card with a white edge.
Thanks so much for dropping by to check out my latest project. Hope you can join in the Colour My Heart Colour Dare Challenge #474. I'm really interested to hear what you think about my card, so I'd love you to leave a comment. See you again soon, subscribe to my blog so you don't miss a challenge.
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