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Saturday, June 27, 2015

One good thing

How do you use the bright palette? Let your DSP be your guide, as in this cheery birthday card from Pink Paper Bakery.

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?

Stamp sets

Paper 

  • 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

Ink

  • Crushed Curry
  • Bermuda Bay
  • Watermelon Wonder

Tools and accessories

  • Tree Builder punch (Yes, you want the bundle.)
  • Banner Triple punch


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