Friday, May 31, 2013

Jellypark Color Palette Inspirations

It's time for another fun challenge at Jellypark Friends.  This fortnight we're making cards using color palettes from Design Seeds.  What a fun challenge this was for me.  I had spent hours looking around there.  There are so many gorgeous photographs and color schemes to choose from.  If you ever get stuck and need something to jump start your mojo that's the site to go to.  

I finally decided on a fun and colorful scheme which happens to have lots of the same colors as a package of Close to My Heart papers I recently purchased.  I just love all the bright fun colors together.  

I usually don't give away a card before I post it but this week we celebrated my Aunt Sis' 93rd birthday and she got the card.  

For my aunt's birthday my brother took us out to eat at the Texas Road House which just opened up this week.  It was one first visit  so I was unfamiliar with the way they wish you a Happy Birthday.  They bring a saddle mounted to a wooden base over to the table and the birthday boy or girl gets to sit on it.  They told my aunt she could just stand next to it.  But as you can see my 93 year old aunt climbed up on the saddle and she partied hardy.  I wish you all have a good time on your next birthday as she did.  


Here's the deets:
stamp - Jellypark "Cake"
ink - printer
paper - Close To My Heart "Dream Pop" 
miscellaneous - copics; Stampin' Up corner punch; dew drops; ribbon; Viva "Holo Irisdescent"   glitter liner; dimensionals

Here's the challenges:
Jellypark Friends - Use a Design Seeds color palette
Terrifically Thrilling Thursday - Show Us What You Got 
Crafty Ribbons #46 - Anything Goes with Ribbon
Simon Says Stamp - Anything Goes
Creative Card Crew #37 - Punches/Dies
Ribbon Carousel RCC81 - Celebrations

Thanks for stopping by, come back again.


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  2. How fun is that photo first, that made me giggle, go your Aunt...Fabulous card, really love how colourful this is.. thanks for joining us at Simon Says Challenge blog


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