Tuesday, August 25, 2015
Hello Everyone! It's Day Two of the Joy Clair release and today it's something fun to play with - Bandana Bits is right on trend with the world's craze for colouring with it's intricate swirls and design. I guess I was trying to channel the 60's with this card using pinks, oranges, greens and touches of purple!
Joy Clair Giveaway Day Two - For your chance to win today's release set Bandana Bits Clear Stamps, simply leave a comment answering today's question of the day on THE JOY CLAIR BLOG. QUESTION - Have you incorporated watercolors into your crafting projects recently and if so what is your favorite watercolor medium? You have until Wednesday August 26th to leave your comment here. A winner will be announced on Thursday's Release release post on the Joy Clair Blog. (August 27th).
I've used a base of green and layered with pink and white (embossed with Paisley Embossing Folder). I've then added a piece of orange and then created a tag out of Tropical Punch DP to place over the top. I've stamped the image and sentiment from Bandana Bits in Memento Tuxedo Black onto X-press It Blending Card and coloured with Copics (RV52, RV55, YR12, YG11, G21, BV11, BV13). I've cut this out, matted with pink and popped it up on foam tape. To finish I've added a swirl clip tied with pink ribbon and a couple of pink candy dots.
Stamps - Bandana Bits (Joy Clair)
Paper - X-press It Blending Card, Green, Pink, White, Kaisercraft Tropical Punch DP
Ink - Memento Tuxedo Black
Accessories - Copics, Paisley Embossing Folder, Swirl Clip, Pink Ribbon, Candy Dots
You'll find plenty of inspiration for this set by having a peek at the blogs below!!
Joy Clair BlogMarisa JobSheri Holt Michele Kovack
Eva DobilasKristi SchurrDarsie BrunoKathy Jones
That's all from me today, make sure you swing by tomorrow to see what else is new from Joy Clair! Thanks for visiting and hope you are inspired to stamp! :)
Posted by Kathy Jones at 11:59 PM
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Great card- I love your colouring! And really cool stamp too!
I first saw this card on the Justrite site. It is so fun and colorful I had to stop by and you know. Great job!
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