Hi Book Card

Hi there!

As all of you know, I love color challenges. I wish I could do all of them, but most days I only have time to do so much. One of my favorite color challenges are from Butterfly Reflections Inc. They have a monthly color challenge over at Instagram and it’s always a delight to see the colors! I am also sharing this for the Simon Says IG challenge – Matching Envelop.

Based on the colors, I made this card using The Stamp Market Book die and Erin Lee Creative Hi die.

The colors I used for the book are Chipped Sapphire and Blueprint Sketch. The flowers use Mustard Seed and Crackling Campfire for the middle pieces. The flowers use Cracked Pistachio and also Mermaid liquid pearl at the edges.

The word Hi used Cracking Campfire and Spiced Marmalade. For the top layer, I added some shine with Clear Sparkle by WOW embossing powder that I heat set twice.

For the background, I chose a Paper House Production cardstock (use code “KinjalPHP” if interested) that I cut down to an A2 size. Using a Woodware stencil with Cracked Pistachio, I added some interest. I finally embellished it with 3 clay heart pieces.

I wanted to make a matching envelop, again using Paper House Production cardstock, on which I added the extra flowers and also an orange heart at the flap.

I really enjoy trying to make cards with these amazing challenges. What is your fav part about taking part in challenges like these? Let me know.

Until next time, see you!

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