Wednesday, 6 January 2021

AWH Team - Colour Creations Week 30 - Night of Navy

Hello and welcome everyone to the first of our continuing colour showcase for 2021 from the Art with Heart team.

It's Week 30 of the Colour Creations Showcase and tonight our featured colour is Night of Navy from the Neutrals Collection of Stampin' Up! colours.

The card I'm sharing with you tonight features a mish-mash of products from both the Annual and the new Jan-June Mini Catalogues. If you don't already have a demonstrator and would like to receive a copy of the catalogues, please feel free to contact me for a chat.

And without further ado, here's my card.

The first thing you'll notice on my card is this big, beautiful flower - isn't it gorgeous!
This flower is the largest bloom from the Art Gallery stamp set. The Two-Step stamp set also features sentiments and I have used one of them on my card. It was cropped with a die from the coordinating Floral Gallery Dies. If purchased together as the Art Gallery Bundle, you'll save 10%.
But wait, there's more! Yes, more coordinating products that fall under the banner of the Fine Art Floral Suite. You'll find all the information on pages 32-34 of the new Jan-June Mini Catalogue.

Fine Art Floral Suite

I've paired Night of Navy with Pool Party for my colour palette, and just a touch of silver foil. I embossed the piece of Fine Art Floral DSP with the Painted Texture 3D Embossing Folder as well as the Whisper White panel behind the flower. I absolutely love the texture achieved by using this embossing folder.

The Ornate Layer, die-cut in Night of Navy, compliments the soft look of Pool Party. I added one of the square vellum doilies to soften this occasion card even more. Even though Night of Navy is one of our neutral colours, it's a very strong colour, but used with lighter shades you can still achieve a soft look to your cards.

Inside the card I stamped another of the Art Gallery stamps, but this time I stamped off and used second generation colour in both the Night of Navy and Pool Party classic inks. The writing panel was glued to a slightly larger piece of the DSP.

Well, that's it from me tonight everyone. Thanks for stopping by.

I'm looking forward to seeing the rest of the team's Night of Navy projects. Our lovely hostess Catherine, has a list of all tonight's participants on her blog.

Check them all out using this link:

P.S. I almost forgot! It's SALE-A-BRATION time! With every $90 Stampin' Up! purchase you will earn yourself a free product! So much to SALE-A-BRATE with a new Mini Catalogue and everyone's favourite time of the year - SALE-A-BRATION time! Contact your Stampin' Up! demonstrator for all the details.

See you all again soon. Stay safe and well.

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  1. I love your colour combination here Caroline - so elegant and simply stunning. Yes that big beautiful flower is gorgeous, just like the rest of your card! Thank you for sharing your Night of Navy inspiration with us all.

  2. Oh my goodness, Caroline; this is dreamy! What a beautiful combination of colours and elements. LOVE the embossed panels, and the touch of silver. The Square Vellum Doily looks great as you've used it, beautifully complementing the Ornate Layer die cut.

  3. So many layers and textures Caroline! What a gorgeous card with a dreamy colour combination!

  4. Lovely colour combo Caroline, Thanks for the inspiration.

  5. I love how you have teamed pool party with the night of navy. A great colour combination and not one I'd first think of.

  6. Beautiful card, Caroline. That vellum doily is the perfect addition (I forget to use them), especially with the ornate die cuts.

  7. Gorgeous card Caroline. I love Night of Navy and Pool Party together and I love all the layers and texture on your card. And then I noticed the use of the vellum doily......just WOW!


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