Friday, August 26, 2016

Happy Birthday Candles and Stripes....Inkspirational Challenge #116~Primary Colours

Hello!

Welcome to Inkspirational Challenge #116, where our fabulously talented Guest Designer, Shona Chambers, along with my amazing teammates - Shauna, PiaNonni,Sandie, Marina , Yvonne - invite you to use Primary Colours - red, yellow, blue - on your creations.


I am having a full-on, full-fledged love affair with Concord and 9th products; a couple *ahem* of sets have recently made their way into my collection.  Today, images from Eat Cake, are making their debut.  I've paired them with my 'watercolour' stripes stamp...


Of course, I had to make a second.


This set is ever so much fun...and filled with possibilities! Guaranteed you'll be seeing more of it soon!

Your turn! How will Primary Colours inspire you?
Looking forward to seeing your creativity in the gallery!

Also sharing at:

Seize the Birthday~Anything Goes




Thank you for spending part of your day with me; your visit brings me joy!

21 comments:

  1. superb dimension and cool idea to keep the candles white, really shows a fab background x

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  2. Wonderfully happy cards, Carol! The background really pops. Those candles are fun, too. Thanks for the inspiration! That watercolor paint line looks to be a versatile stamp to own!! Hugs!

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  3. Carol, no wonder this new goodies found a good home with you LOL :)
    Fabulous birthday card!

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  4. Oh Stop!!! Now I want that set... Love how you've worked it here. Those stripes are fabulous, and those candles and sentiment in black and white against those wonderful colors is fantastic. Two great cards, my friend! Have you started school yet? xo Bev

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  5. This card is beyond FUN! You already know that I'm totally in love with the stripes! Adding the perpendicular candles creates such an awesome design!Fun colors too!

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  6. Love that stripy stamp! ...and Birthday candles too...great any gender card..Love it! Hugs xx

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  7. Your stamped background looks like you got the paintbrushes out! What a fabulous and useful design for this card.

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  8. The background is fab and I love the way you stamped it with primary colors! Very cool interpretation of the challenge and great new stamps too! xxx

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  9. Popping in real quick Carol! Been busy with new puppy and no time for anything. But have been visiting even if not commenting. All projects are amazing!!! Love these two today, fun cards my friend! Hugs, Brenda

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  10. Oooh, fun and fabulous card!

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  11. Love this! Really like the background stamp! Bravo!

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  12. Just a couple?! Are you sure? LOL. Gorgeous card, friend. It's funky, jazzy, stripey and thoroughly modern! Looks like this clandestine affair is out in the open!
    hugs Asha

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  13. Brilliant, Carol ... love how you left the candles uncoloured to allow that fabulous striped background to shine (on both!)! Hugs, Anita :)

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  14. How fantastic to create the background using the challenge colors! Very creative and a great look with the white and black candles!
    - Shauna

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  15. Fabulous - love the black and white on colour - and awesome use of the stamp set.

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  16. Well done on primary y'self! My MIL taught HS English forever! I a L/MS at an elementary... really, I went to school for forestry, but when my kids were younger and I was a SAHM, their school librarian was retiring and I took the job. We start TODAY! I'm putting off getting ready... and so ends summer vacation...

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  17. This is so cool Carol! I don't own Concord and 9th~I will have to check them out. ;) Thank you for your cyber hugs, friend~

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  18. So fun! What a great birthday card.Thanks for joining us at Happy Little Stampers!

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  19. Like your idea to have a coloured background and white candles Carol, v clever.
    Thanks for joining us at HLS. :)

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  20. Your watercolour stripes always look fabulous! Love the black & white against the primary colours!

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