Doesn't everyone have favourite colours? I know I sure do. And even though I have a lot of wonderful Stampin Up colours, I find that some are getting close to running out and some of my packages are barely beyond being opened.
Rich Razzleberry is one of those colours. I liked it well enough to order a package when I was initially bringing in all my supplies but then I discovered that it's not a colour I gravitate towards. So I decided to challenge myself. The challenge was to find at least three colours or Designer papers that I never seemed to touch and design a card. I came up with the Rich Razzleberry, Old Olive, and the Well Worn DSP. That was the easy part: finding the paper. So I began playing around with the paper. I cut the Rich Razzleberry into the standard 4 1/4" x 5 1/2" card size and began scoring diagonal lines on what would be the front of the card. I scored a lot of lines!
When I looked through the Well Worn DSP and found some paper that had Basic Black and Old Olive in a vintage print on dirty white, I knew that it would be the "key" to the design. And I was right!
Sometimes it's worth challenging yourself! Have you tried a colour-challenge lately?