Today’s card is in response to a new weekly challenge, the “Global Design Project” I have been wanting to join a challenge, but just haven’t been moved to do it. This week’s challenge is all about the colors. I never use pink. To use it is a real challenge for me. In fact to even do this challenge, I had to coax every tiny bit of ink I could out of my old fabric Pink Pirouette ink pad that must be 5 or 6 years old. It is one of 2 I have never replaced with the new foam!
I wanted a “holiday card look”, but this card could go anywhere – birthdays, bat mitzvahs, quinceanera, communions, baby, you name it. I loved how the card came out! The next challenge was getting a good photo of it. I had to finagle the lighting and those are Pearls, not ink spots! I finally got something fairly decent to show, thank you Photoshop! I hope this card challenges you to try something out of your comfort zone!
Cardstock: White Corrugated Paper, Smoky Slate, Pink Pirouette, Neutrals Color Color Collection
Inks: Pink Pirouette, So Saffron
Embellishments: Pink Pirouette 1/2″ Seam Binding Ribbon, Pearl Basic Jewels
Tools: Note Tag Punch