This month, Nichole Heady and the design team at Papertrey Ink challenged users to make something based on this scheme http://nicholeheady.typepad.com/.a/6a00d8341c64e753ef01b7c77a1e53970b-pi
Navy paired with shades of pink is definitely a trend I have noticed popping up this spring. Try your hand at this fabulous color combo using some of your favorite images. Whether you select pretty florals or bold stripes and patterns, your finished project will be a gorgeous representation of this popular color scheme! We can hardly wait to see what you create!
So, I got to work and created one card that fits the instructions, but also another one that uses the colors but is much more minimalistic.
For this one, I used the Cover Plate:circles to make the background. I didn’t have any more Enchanted Evening cardstock to cut, so I used a navy blue I had in my stash, sorry I don’t know what company made it. The Rosy Posy dies, stamps, and Step 2 stamps were used for the floral array, with Hibiscus Burst, Raspberry Fizz, Pure Poppy, Limeade Ice, Simply Chartreuse, and New Leaf ink pads on Stamper’s Select White cardstock.
I used more Stamper’s Select card to make the second card using the navy and white color scheme. The stamped ‘birthday’ is from the Swoosh set, in Enchanted Evening ink. The ‘Happy’ die was cut from an scrap of an unknown pink cardstock, using one of the word dies from “Tipped Tops” die set. I raised the top and bottom panels with fun foam that has adhesive on both sides.