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Colour Creations: Shaded Spruce for a Tropical Chic Thank you!


Welcome back to another Art With Heart Team Colour Creations weekly Blog Hop  featuring our 45th colour; Shaded Spruce. Wow, can you believe there are only 5 more colours to go?!

How cool is this tropical card using lots of the Tropical Escape DSP, some simple stamping and some embossing to add some shine!

That large leaf is stamped in Granny Apple Green ink and then I used a sponge dauber to add some extra tone with Shaded Spruce ink around the edges before stamping it onto some White card.

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How beautiful does that copper embossed flower look on the Petal Pink card stock? It looks even better in real life, as the card stock has similar tones! I have popped these stamped pieces up on dimensionals.

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and because that copper embossed flower looked so good, I did another one for the inside with some more DSP!

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6 thoughts on “Colour Creations: Shaded Spruce for a Tropical Chic Thank you!”

  1. Love your card Kate. The sponging of the shaded spruce on your leaves gives them more depth and they look fantastic. Will definitely have to do this in future with leaves. The copper on the pink is stunning.

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