True confession: I can't even with the brights. Give me subtles, neutrals -- even regals, and I can pair them up and make something awesome. But brights? Nope. All the nope.
I'm trying, though! The Cherry on Top DSP stack is challenging my limits with some brighter-than-bright cheery patterns that I can't resist playing with. Here I'm using the snip-and-flip technique to showcase how the reverse of this paper coordinates beautifully and simply with its partner.
Are you challenged by a color family? Which one? How do you find ways to make those colors your own?
- Sprinkles of Life (Just go buy this right now. For real. It's the set that does everything!)
- Cucumber Crush base plus scrap for punching
- Bermuda Bay cut to 5 1/8" by 3 7/8" and 4 1/4" by 1 3/8" plus scrap
- Cherry on Top DSP cut to 5" by 3 3/4" and 4 1/8" by 1 1/2"
- Crushed Curry cut to 1" by 4" plus scrap
- Watermelon Wonder scrap
- Crushed Curry
- Bermuda Bay
- Watermelon Wonder
Tools and accessories
- Tree Builder punch (Yes, you want the bundle.)
- Banner Triple punch