We're hosting a color challenge at Gingersnap Creations, and it's one of my favorite combos ever: Burgundy, Black and Cream!
I'm still holding out hope that someday, somehow, that mythic season known as "spring" will come to southwestern Idaho (as opposed to blasting from 58 degrees straight into the high 90s overnight like it did last year), so I invoked the Great Bunny of Springtime for this card (actually, it's an older Hero Arts stamp, but it's the thought that counts, right?). If nothing else, I hope she'll be a talisman against another freak snowstorm like we had last weekend.
Okay, I'm finished griping about meteorological issues (stupid snow!), and am going to console myself by admiring the other Gingersnap Design Team members' art for this challenge. I get to work alongside some insanely talented people, and I hope you'll check out their submissions and, while you're at it, strut your own stuff! You have all the way until June 22 to rock the burgundy!
- Central image was stamped onto cream cardstock and colored with Copics R37 and R39.
- Stamp is from Hero Arts.
- Mounted on a distressed piece of grasscloth, then onto a piece of torn black cardstock.
- Black paper was embellished with Black Soot Stickles.
- Background Paper is "Gooseberry" from the Basic Grey Indian Summer collection.
- Little black dots were made with the new Ranger Enamel Accents.
- Flowers are Prima, tinted with Copic markers.
- Entire piece was edged with Black Soot Distress Embossing Powder.