Good morning, peeps!
It's bold and cheery week at the Dynamic Duos.
Here are your colours to play with:
They seemed to call for a celebration, so I made a birthday card for my youngest sister (it's okay, she doesn't read my blog!) using a technique I've been seeing, overlapping inlaid die-cuts.
See Amy Kolling's cute card HERE, for an example and method.
I used scraps of cardstock and patterned paper in the challenge colours, cutting out circles consecutively from my white base panel, and subbing in the matching sized PP circles. Kind of a fun bubbly look!
The sentiment is embossed on a white-dotted vellum flag. I used dye-ink and clear embossing powder, but the pink colour "cooked" in the heat and didn't match the rest of the card anymore! I salvaged it by going over the letters with a bright pink alcohol marker. A few sequins finish off the card.
Check out the cards from the design team at the Dynamic Duos' blog.
Get inky and show us your stuff! We love to see what you create.
Cardstock in White Daisy, Bubblegum and Lagoon (CTMH); dotted vellum (Paper Wishes)
Ink: Bubblegum and Lagoon; pink Spectrum Noir marker
Dies: Spellbinders small circle dies set.