Bright colours!

Yes, I know I said I wasn’t going to be doing challenges this week, but I also made this card yesterday to join in with a challenge on CB Forum and it fits beautifully for this week’s Mixed Media Monday, so here it is: 🙂

Girlfriends

The idea was to cut lots of brightly coloured strips of paper and lay them down on a card for a simple, quick card – which I did. Then I just happened to have Third Coast’s “Eyes” to hand, so I stamped that on with colourbox magenta and added the blinging girlfriends sticker. I didn’t like the dark red plain strip at the top, so out came Anita’s mauve 3D gloss paint and I attempted some puffy flowerlets and popped a rainbow bead into each one for the centre.

Oh yes, and more of the same with the red dots on the the lemon pearlescent paper (yuck!). A great way to use up scraps of highly patterned paper which I don’t much like and would probably remain in my scraps file ad infinitum!! Thanks very much, Corinne Brad! 😉

And we have Nikki, the host this week, to thank for the chance to be bold and colourful!

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15 Comments

  1. bastelkueken

     /  March 24, 2008

    Fantastic and great – wonderful colours you need –

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  2. Deine Arbeit ist wunderschön! Du hast tolle Farben gewählt!

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  3. Beautiful colours.
    great idea.

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  4. Sandy

     /  March 24, 2008

    Wow Rosie this is perfect. Brilliant, wie immer 😀

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  5. Beautiful !!!!

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  6. What a wonderfully colorful and textured piece Rosie. Just love those eyes = your strips of paper idea is an excellent one too!

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  7. This is great – love the use of the 3D gloss paint, would never have thought of that, thanks!

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  8. I love your bright and happy colors! What a wonderful collage! Very fun to look at!

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  9. Beautiful colors….gorgeous eyes! Great card.

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  10. Very nice.

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  11. mixedmediamonday

     /  March 24, 2008

    I’m so glad you got to participate this week, it’s great when you can get two for the work of one, isn’t it? This is an interesting technique – and I love the addition of the eyes – they add a little mystery! Diane

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  12. beautiful !

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  13. Ooh this is beautiful! I’ve been eyeing up those eyes for ages, now I’ve seen what you’ve done with yours I don’t think I can resist for much longer, lol.

    Liz x

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  14. barnie

     /  March 25, 2008

    Great work, love those eyes and the colours are really bright and wonderful.

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  15. Hey Rosie,
    that card looks excellent….thank YOU!
    love
    Corinne

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