Multiple Color Card

One of the entries in the opening gallery is a multiple color note card. The caption said that for the Color My Heart design team project the artist had to create something with the following colors: gold rush, ruby, cotton candy, juniper, twilight, and gypsy. The note color had all six colors displayed in a flower. Gypsy and cotton candy colors appeared in the picture frame. The ruby card stock had the universal background writing stamped with gypsy. The card will make a nice note card for the recipient at the close of the open gallery.


Stamps: Close to my Heart B1398 Just for You, D1477 Universal Backgrounds, and D1528 Jardin
Paper: Close to my Heart White Daisy and Ruby Cardstock
Ink: Close to my Heart Exclusive Ink Gold rush, Ruby, Cotton Candy, Juniper, Twilight, and Gypsy
Accessories: Close to my Heart pearl badge button

What do you think of the card? Do you agree that the colors look nice together on the flower wheel?

4 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Sarah
    Jan 31, 2013 @ 23:49:06

    Very nice use of the colors, Pam. I like how you did the flower, and especially the ruby background. You made a very pretty card!



  2. Caroline B
    Feb 02, 2013 @ 10:49:24

    Love your patchwork flower–excellent way to combine those challenging colors. The sentiment frame is also lovely–I’ll need to check out that stamp set! Thanks for including the item#s of the products you use–makes for easy catalogue-browsing!


  3. Amie Kiger
    Feb 02, 2013 @ 11:38:44

    You used one of my favorite stamp sets! I love the pearl badge button in the center and the colors make great petals. Nice!


  4. Marie Flayer
    Feb 05, 2013 @ 18:20:19

    Nice job with using 6 different colors on the flower–I like the letter theme of the background also. Very nicely done, Pam!


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