Monday, October 4, 2021

Inky Paw's Challenge 158 - Color Challenge


Hello Inky Paws Fans!

We are at the halfway point of this current challenge.

 Here is my take on the challenge.

 For this challenge I used the following Newton’s Nook Designs product.

Witchy Newton

Knight Owl

Spooky Roundabout Stamp Set

Cascading Star Stencil

Banner Trio Die Set

I just wanted to have fun with the challenge colors. See what I come up with. 

To start  this card by creating a card front using teal card stock, Peacock Feathers Distress Ink

and the Cascading Star Stencil.   

I got my stencil all inked up on my card stock and let my stars dry.

Next, I turned my attention to stamping and coloring my images.

This was the hardest part for me, I wanted to have a good balance of all the colors.

I just took my time coloring and tried not to overthink anything.

Once the images were colored in, how to finish the card is what was on my mind.

When I get into these conundrums, I always go with my go to a shaped card.

I went into my die stash and came up 4 1/4th circle die this should fit everything on my card nicely.

I die cut out my card front out of the stenciled stars and set up the placement of everything on the card front.

A whole lot of foam time was used on this one to get everything just the way I wanted it.

The final part of this card is to create the banner from the Banner Trio Die Set

and a sentiment from the Spooky Roundabout Stamp Set.

I created the banner in black and white card but ended up using the black banner.

The black sentiment seemed to complement the card better.

To complete the card, I crated a car base from the same teal card stock and attached the card front to it.

This completes my take on our color challenge.

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