Thursday, July 25, 2019

Creative Confetti Challenge - Hue to Use

I remember Hues to Use, it was a weekly challenge to use the color pallet and I did quite a few of them. For this challenge, Julie is taking us back to one of those weeks.
These are the colors we are to use.  I had a little difficulty getting the right pink and greens, but a little testing and I was satisfied. 
Here is the card that I completed with these colors. 

Using Big Sexy Blooms, I stamp it on white paper and colored them with Copic markers. Then I cut out part of the design on the lower right corner. I only colored three blooms with the colors from the challenge. I adhered that to a panel of previously stamped blooms that didn't stamp out perfect. There are possibilities in all mistakes.  I used some tabs to make that layer raised a bit.  The sentiment is from another Power Poppy stamp called Natural Beauties.  I die cut a frame form MFT.  I use my C3 and C4 Copic to do the shading around the blooms and finished with some colors pencils. 
One Nuvo drop on the sentiment.  
I will be entering this in the Creative Confetti Challenge.  Thanks so much for stopping by, I love your comments and they make my day. 


  1. Gorgeous and a wonderful floral design. I love the subtle stamping in black for the background too.

  2. Gorgeous card. Love your big blooms and pretty coloring. They look great with the b/w background. TFS

  3. Love that look with the background in black and white and then the pops of color. This card is brilliant. Great take on the challenge, it's perfect. Really beautiful, I like everything about it .

  4. These stamps are named appropriately lol They are BIG and Sexy lol And brilliantly bold in your perfect colors. Love the cutting of that single one, it does add dimension and the stamped uncolored background really makes for the blossoms to POP! Well done! No mistakes in crafting, only more creations to be embellished! :)

  5. Saw this card in real life and the photo doesn't do it justice! Happy accidents are the best! <3