Wednesday, January 10

How many pinks are there?

I have always had a problem with pinks in stamping.
I don't buy matching colors of card stock and ink because I like so many different companies.
So when a challenge calls for pink...oh, no!
Inky Paws Challenge 63...Pretty In Pink
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For this challenge I decided to use as many pinks for the coloring as I have.
The base card is white linen card stock with a layer of black card stock.
I stamped Newton's Nook Design's "Frozen Fellowship" onto another piece of white linen card stock and colored the pinks with the following pinks...
Marvy LePlume Markers
Crayola Art Markers
Faber-Castell PITT pens
Chameleon pens
Prisma pencils
Spectrum Noir pens
and
Distress Markers

Ironically I still had more pinks I could use...but no card stocks to match.
After cutting down the piece I attached it to the front of the card.
On another piece of black card stock I stamped the verse from the same Newton's Nook Design's set and Versamark in.
I heat embossed it with white embossing powder, trimmed it out and attached it to the front of the card.

3 comments:

Indy's Designs said...

I love that you used all your pinks! It turned out so cute! Thanks so much for joining us at Inky Paws Challenge!
Debbie

Diane Morales said...

So cute!
Thanks for linking to the Inky Paws Challenge.
Diane

Andrea Shell said...

Pink is my favorite color, and I love all of the different shades you used on those adorable snowmen! Thanks for playing along with us at the Inky Paws Challenge!