Sunday, April 14, 2019

Kre8tors Blog Hop - Spring Colour Challenge


Welcome to this month's Kre8tors blog hop and to the crafting world of springy colour challenge. Today our projects are guided by these lovely colours - Granny Apple Green, Daffodil Delight, Mango Melody, Highland Heather and Gray Granite. 
I love all these cheery colours and in my simple project, I used them all but. It's nothing personal, Daffodil Delight, I'll use you next time.

I love the green/violet/yellow combination. I choose to stamp this time on glossy paper. I haven't done it in a looooong time but I really enjoyed it. I love how the colours applied with Stampin' Blends stays so rich and vibrant. A bit of warning though... it makes a noise that might not be pleasing to every ear. It squeaks! I should also point out that glossy paper can be slippery. If you push the ink stamp too much, it might slide. It also takes a little bit longer for the ink to dry. So make sure you allow enough time for the images to dry. Because I used Stampin' Blends I had to use Memento ink. 


I made a video to show you how I made the background and how the card came together. If you like it, give it a thumb up and leave me a comment. Would love to hear from you. What is your experience with glossy paper?




I hope my project inspires you. Maybe you want to craft something beautiful with glossy paper now. Go for it! But before you do that, stick around for a bit and see another post. Either click on the "Next" image below to see what talented Jacqui Lawrence came up with or choose a crafter by name from the list below. 

Scroll a little lower to see the full list of the products I used to create my card. Shop with me and I will send you April exclusive tutorial bundle. Scroll to the end of this post for the featured projects sneak peek.


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7 comments:

  1. Love your card Eva, I’ve not used my glossy paper for ages either must pull it out!

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    1. thank you, Linda. Go for it and let me know how you liked working with it

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  2. Eva, this card is beautiful! Your flower created with the Bunch of Blossoms Stamp Set is lovely! Your background is perfect. This is such a happy card!

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    1. Thank you, Kathy. Happy card... I love it. and you are right, it so is!

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  3. Great card Eva! The glossy background is fun. It really sets off the beautiful flower.

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  4. Thank you, Jan. It's always encouraging to hear/read a lovely compliment.

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  5. Lovely card, I always overlook the glossy card. Thanks for the inspiration x

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