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Some More Dynamic Duo Colour Combos

Elegant Eggplant and Perfect Plum


Marina Mist and Bashful Blue
(as featured in the recent Just Add Blue Challenge)


Melon Mambo and Pretty in Pink
(as featured in the Scallop Easel Card Tutorial)


Chocolate Chip and Crumb Cake


What's your favourite so far? The In Colours are up next!


Comments

Unknown said…
Bronwyn, these cards are gorgeous, however would you choose a favourite colour, lovely all of them.
Jo said…
That would be the Eggplant/Plumb one - just gorgeous!
Patrice said…
Wow how good to these look all lined up like this :o)

My fave combo would be the choc chip and crumb cake - love those tones.
Sam said…
These are all stunning cards Bronwyn! My favourite is probably the Marina Mist/Bashful Blue. I have seen Marina Mist on my last three blog stops, and I am now craving it!!

Thanks so much for your tutorial on how to make these beautiful easel cards too.

Best wishes,
Sam.
Standing ovation ... you have totally nailed these colour combos! Very pretty, Bronwyn. Hugs xxaxx
Mae's Cachet said…
I wonder if your inspiration here on ways to use Punch Potpourri in so many stunning colour variations has added to there popularity in ordering and therefore the fact that they are now on back order! If so, way to go girl!
Sue Bayliss said…
Love these scallop easel cards they will definitely go into my favourites
Nerida said…
My favourites are the eggplant and plum, the soft suede and the Melon Mambo ones... suuch a gorgeous selection of cards.
Nerida said…
These are my favourite colour combinations. So impressed with your easel cards they are beautiful.
Canookie said…
Their all beautiful. But I like the purple and blue. You do beautiful work.

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