Playing along this week with Just Add Ink’s color challenge! The colors together makes some visual noise, Magenta Madness, Just Jade, and Misty Moonlight.
This is my second try at a card for this week’s challenge. I managed to put Bermuda Bay as my back ground DSP on the first one. It was a happy accident because I was able to create another card using these soon to be retired colors.
This Card features elements from the January 2022 paper Pumpkin Kit, the Arrows, the Large Vellum heart and I used one of the gold trimmed hearts as a stencil to add the splatter to the Fluid 100 Water Color Paper. I also used that same heart as a template to cut out the Layering Designs Small Vellum heart.
I used the water painter to flick Just Jade and Magenta Madness ink on to water color paper to give it the splatter look. Before I did that I put a paper heart in the center of the card to make sure it the center stayed un inked. Once I was done I added two heart layers and to the splatter layer. I stamped the arrows on the back side of the vellum so it would be less bold. Then added a straight stich with my sewing machine across the layers.
I fished the card with a Happy Valentine’s Day Sentiment from the Sweet Conversations bundle heat embossed on Magenta Madness. Then I added 3 square Misty Moonlight gems to the top layer. This card is very simple ad came together quickly. I used the stencil I created earlier his week to decorate my envelope and splattered with Misty Moonlight.
I hope you enjoyed this card! Let me know by leaving a comment, and if you are in the United States and don’t have a demonstrator I would love to fill the position!
4 thoughts on “Happy Valentine’s In Colors”
Firstly – I love how you describe the Colours as “colours that make visual noise”. They certainly do. A fun Valentines Card with a fun speckly way to use the colours. Chantell Just Add Ink
Thank you Chantell!
Great elements, texture and a gorgeous way to celebrate Valentine’s Day. Thankyou for joining in with our JAI Colour Challenge, Megan. D x
Thank you Denita!