Friday, January 6, 2023

#tgifc402 Color Combo Challenge - Share A Milkshake Bundle


It is time for another TGIF Challenge!

This week is a Color Combination Challenge:


Here is the card I created from the sketch challenge this week. I wanted to use one of the new Bundles in the January – April 2023 Mini Catalog. This color combination was perfect to use with the Share A Milkshake Stamp Set & Coordinating Dies. What are you going to make with this color combination?


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I would love to see what you make!

Product List
1- Stamp a fun background on the Balmy Blue Cardbase. I used the Hand-Drawn Dots Background Stamp with Balmy Blue ink.

2- On 3” x 4” Basic White Cardstock stamp the heart images in Polished Pink in the top left and bottom right corners. Add some splatters if you want. I used Balmy Blue Stampin’ Write Marker. Add a fun decorative edge to the left side of the cardstock. I created this torn notebook page using the Blossoming Happiness Dies.

3- Layer the 3 ¼” x 4” Early Espresso Cardstock at an angle in the center of the cardbase. Then add the Basic White piece at an opposite angle on top. Cut out the Crosshatch Die from Polished Pink Cardstock. Use Adhesive Sheets on the back. Add this to the center of the Basic White Cardstock at an angle.

4- Stamp the glass image in Balmy Blue. TIP: Stamp the details first in full Balmy Blue ink. Then ink up the solid glass and stamp off then line up the glass over the details and stamp again with out reinking. This will give you a lighter color. Cut out with coordinating dies. Add this to the center of the card with dimensionals.

5- Stamp both large & small Ice Cream Scoops in Early Espresso and cut out with coordinating dies. Add this to the top of the glad with dimensionals.

6- Stamp the Cherry & Straw in Polished Pink and cut out with coordinating die. Add to the top of the Ice Cream. There is a slit in the large scoop that you can tuck the straw into. Use dimensionals if you want.

7- Stamp your greeting in Early Espresso Ink and cut out with a 1 ½” Circle Die or Punch. Create a faux bow with 10” of Silver Trim and add to the back of the greeting. Add to the card in the bottom right corner of the glass with dimensionals.

8- Add 3-5 Basic Silver Rhinestones.

All Done!

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Have a creative day!

Chelsey

chelsey@creativechelsey.com

 

 

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