Artistic Avenger

Bold and Bright (Inkspirations 94)

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Inkspirations has a great new colour challenge this week – one with purple! I do struggle with purple!

 

 

What I decided to make is a super cool and simple gift card holder. I started with some Melon Mambo designer paper, a 3″ x 12″ strip. I then scored it at 2″ and 8″. So this is 3″ x 6″ finished.

 

I then used my Fun Flowers die, scallop circle punch and 1″ circle punch using the challenge colours for some details as well as a few flowers from the Bitty Punch pack. I used 1/8″ Old Olive Taffeta loops as leaves.

 

On the inside:

 

 

I added a strip of Concord Crush with some mini silver brads and a little flag which is embossed with a image from Curly Cute.

 

What a great fun way to give someone a thoughtful gift – give it a try!

 

Or, check out what the rest of the DT has come up with:

Cindy
Kirsty
Makeesha
Renée
Brandi
Carrie
Helen
Ilina
Lee-Anne
Marisa

 

 

Products used on today’s project – CLICK HERE to buy them NOW!:


Cardstock:  
Old Olive, Whisper White, Concord Crush, Melon Mambo.


Ink:
Versamark.


Stamps:
Curly Cute.


Accessories:
White Embossing Powder, Mini Silver Brads, Bolds Designer Paper, Big Shot, Fun Flowers die, 1/8″ Old Olive Taffeta, Neutral Buttons, Scallop Circle Punch, 1″ circle punch, Bitty Punch Pack.

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3 thoughts on “Bold and Bright (Inkspirations 94)

  1. Your flower is fabulous as is the GC! Wonderful project 🙂

  2. Your little gift card holder is certainly, super cool. Thanks for the inspiration.

  3. This is fabulous Carrie. What a gorgeous way to present a gift card. Love your layered bloom! 🙂

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