Friday, 17 April 2015

PaperVine April Colour Challenge

I've wasted quite a lot of time browsing through the delights at PaperVine and was interested to see they have started a monthly colour challenge. Last month's colours were delicious but this month's colours (citrus brights) are ones I use less often.



While making good my promise to myself to spend a bit more time scrapbooking these school holidays, I came across a fun picture of my kids, dressed and ready for an Op-Shop New Year's party. The orange tree in the background and the prevalence of citrus 60s and 70s clothing got me into a bit of an experiment with a more mixed-media approach to scrapbooking which happily coincided with the colour challenge. It was a lot of fun to do. I think I'll play with sprays a bit more now. Strangely, the Ground Coffee ink bled out to a kind of aubergine purple.



Ingredients
Card: Bazzill White, SU Tangelo Twist, Kaisercraft Abort from Technologic collection
Stamps: Hero Arts Music background stamp, SU Rotary date stamp
Inks: Soot Noir distress ink, Dyelusions Pure Sunshine, Tangerine Dream, Ground Coffee
Tools: Gesso, Martha Stewart lace edge punch, TCW Chevron stencil, distressing tool, sponges, square framelits
Embellishments: Mother-of-Pearl sequins from the sewing box, Enamel dots from PaperVine, alphabet stickers from Typo, AC Thickers black chipboard letters.

3 comments:

  1. What a great layout Jan! Love the colour scheme, very punchy! Hazel xx

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  2. Hi Jan
    Thanks SO much for entering into our April Color Challenge. I LOVE the colors you have used and the ink effect is amazing!
    We are announcing our winners tomorrow and all participants will receive a $5 store credit. Contact us through the website and we will email you all the information.

    Lowri McNabb | www.papervineshop.com

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    1. Thanks, that is a lovely surprise!

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