CYCI 144 – watermelon, aqua, grey & white

It’s colour challenges for a bit over at Can You Case It. This time ’round the colours are:

Here is what I made with the combination:

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I used a light grey journaling card with a neat white plus sign pattern on it for my middle panel.

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For the watermelon, I made some diamond die cuts and an arrow to bring emphasis to the stamped sentiment.

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Thanks for stopping by!

(this card is available here)

UPDATE 23 Jan 2017:

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13 Comments Add yours

  1. Wynne says:

    Sarah…love it…what a fun card…and I love you using the journaling card…I do that myself! Thanks for joining us at CYCI ~ Wynne

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    1. Thank you πŸ™‚ Journalling cards can be so versatile!

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  2. Amber says:

    Thanks for playing along over at CYCI this week – great use of the color combo AND diamonds are my 2nd favorite thing next to stamps πŸ˜‰ ~Amber, DT

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    1. XD Thanks very much πŸ™‚ Diamonds are a fun shape to work with!

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  3. Such a fun card! i love that you used patterned paper for your die cuts! I always seem to forget about that option! Thanks for joining us at Can You Case It? –Elizabeth Jeanne

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  4. kimlamos says:

    What a fun card. I love that you used a journaling card as your background. Thanks for joining the challenge at Can You Case It? – Kim

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  5. kevinbray says:

    Love it! I would’ve never thought to use pattern papers with those gems! Very cool! Thanks for playing along!- Kevin

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    1. Thanks, Kevin πŸ™‚

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  6. Eva Bussom says:

    Your design is super cute! Thank for joining CYCI πŸ™‚ Eva

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