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Plum, Blue, Raspberry and Pearls

I'm loving the June holiday break as I get a little extra time to potter in my craft room and enter some of my favourite challenges.

I think this is the first time I have entered a challenge at Annabelle Stamps and seeing they have a gorgeous colour combo, I thought I would ink up my brand new 'Garden Silhouette' Stamps for the occasion.

 Hello Friend


The challenge this week
 
 I used the SU Colours of Perfect Plum, Baja Breeze and Rich Razzleberry.


Plus ... I couldn't go past the challenge at Just Add Ink to add pearls to your project!



Thanks so much for stopping by.

Comments

Susan Joyce said…
Totally delightfull Bronwyn! Love all the design elements you used,and love the colour combo too.
Patrice said…
Bron this is gorgeous. Love those rich colours, the doily, tag, flourish...well I just love this whole gorgeous creation.
I love the colours you've used Bronwyn, it is such a beautiful combination. Love all the embossing and dimension you have on the card. It's very pretty.
Nikki Spencer said…
Totally gorgeous Bron, your use of the colours is wonderful and that rose is awesome!
KimB said…
Oh this is a nice colour combo Bron!I love all the delicate swirly bits, stamped and die cut and that delightful scatter of pearls :) Enjoy your holidays!
Kim xxx
Mae's Cachet said…
I too love that beautiful colour combination and you have put together a lovely creation of varying elements that just make it such a beautiful piece of art! ♥
Oooh Bronwyn, you've created such a rich looking card with these colours and Garden Silhouettes. I'm loving the pretty die cuts too! Thanks for joining in the fun at AnnaBelle Stamps.
Anonymous said…
Stunning Bron - I love the shapes, I love the colours, I love all the elements. Chantell
Andrea said…
Wow, this is gorgeous Bronwyn! You've used the colours beautifully!
TFS with us this week :)
Andrea
Wow Bron! This stunning - stunning flowers, stunning layout and stunning colours!
Christine Blain said…
What beautiful, rich colours, and you've worked them together perfectly Bron. The gorgeous rose is a great finishing touch to a card that has so many eye-catching details. Lovely use of pearls for the JAI challenge!
Jo said…
Gorgeous Bron. So glad you're back. We've missed you. Glad you could join us 'unofficially' this week.
Anonymous said…
Gorgeous as always Bron!
Jane said…
Great card, love all the layers.
H2 :) said…
Gorgeous Bron! The colours & your mix of elements are fabulous. :)
Sue said…
Your card is amazing, a superb mix of the colours that really pop against the white background!
Thanks for sharing at AnnaBelle's this week! :)

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