I decided to keep myself to some set colours and so found a colour challenge. It's more fun to force oneself to discover a way to make colours one wouldn't pick work for a project. The colours that I would be using for this challenge would be Daffodil Delight, Strawberry Slush and Coastal Cabana.
I decided to have my base cardstock be Naturals White. On top of that I layered some Coastal Cabana and then a layer of Whisper White. I stamped the Whisper White with one of the Work of Art stamps to give the illusion of clouds. The ink is Coastal Cabana off-stamped twice before finally stamping on the Whisper White so that they would be whispy and pale and not draw too much attention to themselves. Before attaching the Coastal Cabana and Whisper White to the base, I wrapped several strands of Strawberry Slush Thick Baker's Twine around them.
Then I cut two Strawberry Slush arrows and two Daffodil Delight arrows. I cut them apart where the base of the arrow begins. Then I reassembled them so that I had mixed colours. For the roofs I stamped Daffodil Delight ink on the pointy portion of the Daffodil Delight arrows using the Truly Grateful stamp set and Strawberry Slush on the pointy portions of the Strawberry Slush arrows. On the base portion of the arrows, I drew black circles by hand.
Then I stamped the little bird from the Hello Love stamp set (Hostess) on a scrap of Whisper White using the Memento ink. After fussy-cutting out the bird, I coloured it using my Coastal Cabana Blendabilities.
Using Dimensionals, I mounted three "birdhouses" below the Thick Baker's Twine, mixing tops and bottoms. Two, I mounted the right way around and the third I mounted upside down. Then I mounted the little blue bird on the upside down "birdhouse", also using Dimensionals. Finally I added a sentiment saying "miss you already" from the Just Sayin' stamp set.
It's a funny, sweet and playful card that I had a lot of fun putting together.
This is where you can see the other cards in the Fab Friday Challenge.
This is where you can see the other cards in the Pals Paper Arts Challenge.