October Colour Combo Blog Hop

I’m so excited to be joining everyone for another Colour Combo Blog Hop this month! If you’ve joined me from Katie’s blog, welcome! If you’re visiting from Instagram or you are a subscriber, welcome! Thank you everyone for stopping by today!

I’m super excited to share my contribution with you! I used Lovely Lipstick, Granny Apple Green, and Crushed Curry for this semi non-traditional Christmas Card. I used several elements from the Making Christmas Bright stamp set to create this card. I stamped the light string image many times on a quarter sheet of Whisper White Cardstock. Then I colored the lights with my Stampin’ Write Markers. After I die cut my background with the largest Stitched Rectangle I added Wink of Stella to the Crushed Curry lights only.

I followed the Fab Friday sketch #FabFri173 for this card. I don’t normally combine two challenges, but I just saw this card come to life using the circular scribble image so I took a chance. I think it turned out super cute and showcases the colors really well.

Hop on over to Angelique’s blog and see what she has to share this month!

Colour Combo Blog Hoppers:

  1. Sue McDonald – Frankiesuestampin (UK)
  2. Tricia Butts USA
  3. Katie Johnson USA
  4. Caroline Peck – USA <–You Are Here!
  5. Angélique Nederpel – de Stempelkeuken (NL)
  6. Samira Merzouk – Samira’s Kreative Welt (DE)
  7. Sue Allen (Australia)
  8. Pia Gerhardt – Scraproomboom (DE)
  9. Nicole Mahler – US
  10. Sandra Roberts (UK)
  11. Helzie Slimm (UK)
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