Tuesday, August 4, 2015

MTF Color Challenge 26

Here is MTF Color Challenge 26, below are the challenge photos:

I decided to use the Abstract Background stamp to make a card for this challenge. Here is the finished card:

I stamped the Abstract Background on a watercolor paper with steel grey ink and used watercolor to color ripe raspberry, jellybean green, and limelight randomly into the triangle shapes. Then, I cut out these colored triangles. I stamped the Abstract Background on another piece of white cardstock and use foam tapes to attach those cut-out colored triangles onto the background. I stamped "Be Authentic" (from Be Original stamp set) on a stripe of vellum and embossed it with clear embossing powder. Attach this vellum stripe at the bottom of the card. Here is another look of the card to see the dimension of these colored triangles:

Cardstock: PTI, Stampin' Up, Ranger watercolor paper
Stamps: MTF
Ink Pads: Versafine, Archival ink pad, Distress ink pads
Others: vellum, embossing powder, foam tapes

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1 comment:

  1. Loving how you cut/popped out a few of those facets! What a cool card, thanks for playing along at MFT!