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Colour INKspiration 41

Welcome to Colour INKspiration 41.

Every 2nd and 4th Wednesday of the month the Colour INKspiration crew create projects with a given colour palette.  You can join in the fun too, by creating your own work of art and uploading the image to our Facebook Page HERE.

This week we are using our Regals Collection to inspire you all.

Choose any three colours from this collection plus any basics for your project.

My project for this week was based on Bronwyn Eastley’s Share What you Love Pocket Card Tutorial but I used the Wonderful Moments Stamp Set.

Colour INKspiration 41 Wonderful Moments Pocket Card by Mel at My Paper Oasis

This card is a great fold and simple to make. Its a bit hard to see but I have used the Tufted Embossing Folder to create a pretty embossed background behind the bride.

I used Blackberry Bliss, Rich Razzleberry, Smokey Slate for my cardstock, and a touch of Crushed Curry from the special release Watercolour Pencils available last month for the brides hair.

I love how this turned out. So much so, we made this very card at class this week!

I hope you liked my project.  If you would like to learn how to create this card fold then pop on over to Bronwyn’s Tutorial store HERE.

Now it’s time to hop on over to the lovely Tanya Bell and see what she has created for you all.

Happy Crafting

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Healing Hugs Pocket Card

Hi all,

I thought I would pop by today to share with all you this brilliant Pocket Card design by Bronwyn Eastley.

I have used our beautiful Healing Hugs stamp set to create the centre piece of my pocket car, but you can easily change up the design to add whatever suits the occasion!

Healing Hugs Pocket Card

Healing Hugs Pocket Card by Mel at My Paper Oasis

These clever cards are designed so that you pull out the card from the pocket to add your message.

Despite the look they are actually really simple to make.

I have used Stamps from the Timeless textures stamp set in the background, and its a bit hard to see, but i created a very soft background layer on the white cardstock using Sahara Sand and the Sheet Music stamp.  These two stamp sets are great for creating interesting textured backgrounds and adding depth to your cards.

Do you want to know how to create your own Pocket Card?  Pop on over to Bronwyn’s tutorial shop HERE and see all her amazing designs!

Happy Crafting Everyone!

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