Wednesday, 8 May 2019

A Little Wild For Baby CI#55

 Colour INKspiration is a fortnightly blog initiated by Bronwyn Eastley in Tasmania. The design team is made up of Stampin' Up! demonstrators from all parts of Australia and New Zealand.You are at the blog of Rachel Palmieri, Independent Stampin' Up!® demonstrator. I run classes at my home studio in South Morang, Victoria, share Stampin' Up!® products and tools at parties for my customers, coach my lovely team and create cards and the occasional 3D project.

What an amazing array of colours in this picture, and our challenge was to use 3 or more of them. Your challenge too, if you choose to take it. There will be a link at the end for you to share your project.

I managed to use all the colours except Rich Razzleberry, and it really wasn't too difficult to include a little of each. A Little Wild is retiring at the end of May, but it has been a favourite of mine for baby and kids cards with the cutest elephant, bear and lion, featuring a front and back view. There are dies to cut these out as tags, but I cut the little tag loop off, and adhered it to my card front.

Recently I had a quick lesson on brayering a background, so I have implemented that on this card too. Stitched Labels provided a circle with just a little more, for the sentiment. Don't forget to order A Little Wild if you need it, there is a list of the items used to make this card after the signature.
Next along on this hop is the amazing & talented Jackie Aitken

You will find the link to our Facebook Challenge here. You don't need a blog to enter but if you do, you're welcome to link your blog post.


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  1. Such a sweet card Rachel, sad that this stamp set is retiring as it is very cute!

  2. Very cute, Rachel. I like the way you've sponged a sky for the baby elephants and the tiny flowers repeated in different places are lovely.

  3. Love the sweet flowers next to those totally adorable elephants. What a lovely card using these colours.


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