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Same old…

Posted by Jeannette on 20 August 2009

… Colour Combo.   I seem to have used the same colour combo on the last 3 cards, not intentional, but I do LOVE these colours together.  I finally used the Soft Summer stamp set that I got way back with the Mini Pre-order in March.  I coloured the solid stamp with the crayons and then spritzed it with water just before stamping.  You get this lovely chalky, watercoloured effect.

Colour Combo: Chocolate Chip, Certainly Celery, So Saffron, and Whisper White

Colour Combo: Chocolate Chip, Certainly Celery, So Saffron, and Whisper White

Supplies Used:
1. Card – SU! So Saffron, Chocolate Chip, and Whisper White
2. Papers – SU! Certain Celery DSP
3. Stamps – SU! Soft Summer, and SU! Oval All
4. Embellishments – SU! So Saffron Grosgrain Ribbon, Linen Thread, and SU! Button Latte Designer Buttons
5. Tools – SU! Scallop Oval and Large Oval Punches
6. Mediums – SU! Classic Stampin Pad, and Watercolor Wonder Crayons


5 Responses to “Same old…”

  1. Really lovely card & those colours do go so well together

    Jan xx

  2. Anne said

    Gorgeous card Jeanette love the colours too

  3. Siobhan said

    Gorgeous honey, this is one of my favourite stamp sets, looks really elegant. Love these colours together!

    Siobhan xxx

  4. Shaz said

    Like how you have used the colours on this hun, another stunning one.


  5. Tracey said

    This is a stunning card and its no surprise you have used the colour combo again, because it works so perfectly.

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