Hello Crafty Friends,
Welcome back to another Die Cuttin' Diva challenge.
This week's challenge...Pastel Colors
The colors of this family are usually described as "soothing", "soft", "near neutral", "milky", "washed out", "desaturated", lacking strong chromatic content. No matter how you describe the colors I love how they look. The colors blend together so well and can be used for any theme, especially Easter since it is approaching quickly.
Here is my DT project...
A feminine birthday card for anyone ready to have a party.
Daffodil crinkle ribbon from 3 Girl JAM with a pink brad wrapped around the center of the bow. Be sure to check out the special this month! Let Julie know I sent you over! :)
This party hat was cut from an oldie, but goodie...Celebration Cricut cartridge. The die-cuts are simple, so you can choose just the right color paper and add embellishments to fancy them up.
My Mind's Eye papers
yellow card stock
Spun Sugar distressing ink by Tim Holtz
Happy Birthday stamp
Hope you will join us at Die Cuttin' Divas this week for our Pastel Colors challenge.