Wednesday, 5 June 2013

Inkspirational Challenges - June Colour - Sunshine


Time for a new colour challenge at Inkspirational Challenges  and here is our fruity colour combo :

For my DT card, I used  a Melonheadz digi stamp , marker pens and a Lawn Fawn acrylic stamp of chevrons.

This month we have a new sponsor - Milk Coffee  - who are offering a prize. So please come over to Inkspirational Challlenges  and show us what you can do with this colour combo.

I'd also like to enter:
Pink Elephant summer
Use your Stuff Here comes the sun
Pink Gem Challenge summertime

12 comments:

Mynnette said...

LOVE this fun summer card! Those popsicles look good enough to eat! Fabulous CAS creation! Hope you have a great rest of the week!!! :)

Jeanette (Forest Ranger) A•Muse Consultant #1065 said...

This is such fun! Love those popsicles... cute!!!

Michelle J M said...

What a fabulous card Marina. So summery and again you have the colours to a "T". Michelle x

sandie said...

Yummy Marina, great idea for these colours. The chevrons are a perfect finishing touch.

Joy said...

This is so fun! I love the bright bold colours and those popsicle images. Thanks for sharing your project on the Use Your Stuff blog this week :)

Pia S said...

The colors are a great choice for these popsicles! A yummy summery card!

Shea said...

This is a PERFECT take on our summertime challenge! You totally nailed the colors, too! Thanks so much for joining us this week at A Gem of a Challenge!

mags said...

A lovely creation. Thanks for sharing with us at A Gem of a Challenge and good luck.
Mags
x

Ruth M said...

Yummy card Marina and a perfect theme for those challenge colours! Very summery! Ruth x

Michelle said...

Perfect card for the weather we have been having. Delicious! x x

sandee said...

Love your wonderful CAS posiscle card. The way you incoprated the colors for the challenge is brilliant. Waving hi from the hills of North Carolina ♥

creatingwithpaper said...

This is a really fun summer card. I like the popsicle theme. Very creative use of the colors.
- Shauna