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Friday, April 19, 2019

CD 339 - Pink Daisy Extravaganza

Welcome to Colour Dare Challenge #339 - and it's another Tic-Tac-Toe Board! 


Please note that Silver and Gold are included on this week's board and neutrals are allowed in addition to the colours listed. 
It really helps us if you identify the row or column that you use, plus any 
additional colours from the grid. 

I chose to use the centre column of Raspberry, Sugarplum and Lagoon plus Gold. 
I also added white and black plus two shades of grey to my card (neutrals). 

My card design is based on a sketch from Tuesday Morning Card Sketches from a couple of weeks ago. I didn't get a chance at the time to play along but I just loved the sketch and wanted to use it anyways so I am posting it here for reference. 



I used several images from the Flower Market Cricut cartridge and one image from the Artiste Cricut cartridge to build my floral chain. Both the Raspberry and Sugarplum cardstock were used on both sides to take advantage of the lighter colour on the reverse side. The sentiment was gold embossed to match the gold pearls and the gold glitter paper in the centre of the daisies. 


Come and join us at Colour Dare and show us how you use this Tic-Tac-Toe palette to create your project. You have two weeks to link up your project. 
We do use Close To My Heart colours for reference but you are welcome to use any products. 
We can't wait to see what you create! 

Products used are all Close To My Heart unless otherwise indicated: 

Paper: Black Cardstock, Charcoal Cardstock, Heather Cardstock, Raspberry Cardstock, Sugarplum Cardstock, Lagoon Cardstock, Gold Glitter Paper, Neenah Solar White Cardstock
Stamps: Well Said (SU)
Inks: Versamark
Accessories: Flower Market Cartridge, Artiste Cartridge, Gold Embossing Powder, Heat Tool, Gold Pearls, Foam Tape

Enjoy,
Alyson




2 comments:

  1. So beautiful! I love this sketch and your version of it. The gold embossed sentiment and the gold centers of the flowers are the perfect touch.

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  2. I LOVE how the background makes your flowers pop! I also love how you 3D'd some of the flower layers. The touches of gold are very nice.

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