PP257: A Color Challenge

I was really in the mood for papercrafting this weekend, so I took on a new challenge. This is my first submission to the Paper Players.
This week's challenge is a color challenge.

I've never thought of this color combination when making cards, but now I know it's a beautiful combo!
Here's my card:
I was planning to use the card as a summer greeting card, so I made Bermuda Bay the focal point.

I raised the white front so that the curvy groove would give movement to the card.


Stamp: Fabulous Phrases
Paper: Bermuda Bay, Crumb Cake, Old Olive, Whisper White
Ink: Bermuda Bay
Accessories: Blossom Party Dies, Bird Builder Punch, Die-namics Stitched Snow Drifts, Enamel Dot (white), Dimentionals


  1. Such a gorgeous card! Your Bermuda Bay flower is fantastic and I love the way you raised the white panels off the Kraft. You certainly made my colors shine this week! So happy you joined us at The Paper Players! XX

  2. Thank you so much for your sweet comment, Claire! I did enjoy playing around with the colors you chose!

  3. Pretty, pretty, pretty! What a great way to use that curvy die! I think I might have to try that myself! Thanks for sharing this with us at the Paper Players this week!

  4. Thanks so much, LeAnne! Yes, I thought using the curvy die vertically would be interesting, and I tried it. :-)

  5. Love the way you used the die! A beautiful card!

  6. Welcome to your first time at The Paper Players! Your card is an example of clean and simple perfection! I love the bold, blue flower....awesome! Thanks for playing with us this week!

  7. Thank you for your warm welcome, Ann! I'm already looking forward to playing with the Paper Players again!


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