Sunday, August 28, 2022

Water w/ Ken Oliver Color Burst

One of my favorite challenge groups is the Challenge Your Stash group on SCS, under the capable and organized leadership of my friend Barb. The idea is we can't shop for anything when making our monthly challenge card (which we post on the 28th of each month).

We take turns choosing the theme. This month it was Sharon's turn. She challenged us to use water on our cards in some way. It could be a water image, a spritz of water, the word water, anything to do with water. After the paper was completely dry, I blended Stampin' UP! Blueberry Bushel ink around the edges.

Because of the business of color on my card, I decided not to add any additional embellishments.

I hope Sharon, Barb and the other Challenge Your Stash gals like my card.

Thanks for stopping by my blog today!

Papers:  Accent Opaque 120# White and SU Blueberry Bushel CS and DP from my scrap file

Dies: MFT Stitched Rectangles, Rubbernecker Rectangle with Pierce, and Whimsy Hello Word and Shadow

Additional Items: Ken Oliver Color Burst in various colors and SU Blueberry Bushel Ink


Margaret said...

Wow! Great card. The sentiment certainly does stand out. I like what you did with the water spritz.

Tracie said...

Love all the bright colors. Makes me want to pull out my color bursts.

kiwimeskreations said...

stunning use of water on your card Jeanette - I love how the Colour Bursts worked on it. Great idea to colour the edges to unify the colours and then keep the rest of the card simple - an amazing result!