The Paper Players Colour Challenge

The challenge this week at The Paper Players is a Colour Challenge.  While my card is on the simple side, it was a real challenge for me.  I donโ€™t create a lot with the lighter colors.  I did a lot of shuffling and came up with this design to meet the challenge requirements.  Here are the colours-


I used a wide variety of supplies, told you I did a lot of shuffling!

Cricut Art Philosophy Cartridge by CTMH

Bamboo Cardstock by CTMH

Pear Pizzazz Cardstock by SU

Pool Party Cardstock by SU

Wisteria Wonder Cardstock by SU

Rich Cocoa Ink by Memento

Smooch Spray by Clear-Snap

Die-Namics Fancy Flourish Die by MFT

Labels Sixteen by Spellbinders

Dot Embossing Folder by Provocraft

It is hard to tell from the photo-but I added a little smooch spray to the flowers to give them a tiny amount of sparkle.

I have also entered this card in the following challenges:

Sweet Stamps – Think Spring

Whimsy Inspiration โ€“ Embossing

Thanks for stopping by!

9 thoughts on “The Paper Players Colour Challenge”

  1. You achieved beauty with your sense of balance and simple design. I think the dry embossed dots in the background gives it that extra something. Well done! ๐Ÿ™‚

  2. Gorgeous card! I love how clean yet so sophisticated it is. Thanks for joining us at Whimsy Stamps this week and good luck! Ani

  3. beautiful card love your rolled roses and that swiss dots embossing in the background. Thanks for playing with the Paper Players.

  4. What a beautiful creation—your flowers & flourishes make this so elegant! Thanks so much for playing with us at the Paper Players this week!

  5. Hi Allisa! I tried to make rolled roses tonight and mine are so sad compared to these beauties. Love the texture and dimension along with the fun shape framing the sentiment. Very pretty! Thanks so much for joining us this week at the Paper Players! ๐Ÿ™‚

  6. The best advice I have on the flowers it to roll them tightly and then let them "relax" before gluing into place. I roll mine and then set them down and let them loosen, then glue in place. The plain spiral seems to be the easiest to master….since you are not working with aligning petals.


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