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Colour Creations Showcase – Cajun Craze

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Tonight’s Stampin’ Up! colour is Cajun Craze, a real deep rusty brown colour!

I will admit it right now, it is my least favourite colour in the Stampin’ Up! range, but when used in small doses, it can be effective!

Tonight’s card features Cajun Craze, Pool Party and Whisper White.

The Pool Party card base is embossed with the Ornate Floral 3D embossing folder. The next layer is die cut with the Ornate Layers Dies and white layer is cut with the Stitched Rectangle dies.

Arrange a Wreath Bundle for Crajun Craze Colour Creations Showcase by Kate Morgan, Stampin Up Australia 2020

The wreath stamp is inked up with Cajun Craze ink and I stamped this onto scrap paper before onto my card layer. This is called stamping off or 2nd generation stamping. The full colour was just too dark for what I was wanting.

To create the die cut wreath, I first took a clear block, placed some Cajun Craze ink on it and a drop of Frost White Shimmer Paint. Using the Water Painter, add some water and mix the ink & paint together and brush it across a piece of white card. Once dry, cut the wreath and glue it on top of the stamped wreath. Cut the edges off from around the overhanging edges. Glue the white layer to the Pool Party layer and add the sentiment in 2nd generation stamping. These layers are added to the card base with dimensionals.

Arrange a Wreath Bundle for Crajun Craze Colour Creations Showcase by Kate Morgan, Stampin Up Australia 2020 closeup

Die cut the small and large flowers and glue them to the front and inside card. Place a  Champagne Rhinestone in the centre of each flower and add a pretty Pool Party Sheer ribbon bow.

Some Wink of Stella is added to the flowers on the front of the card and also to the sentiment.

Arrange a Wreath Bundle for Crajun Craze Colour Creations Showcase by Kate Morgan, Stampin Up Australia 2020 inside

Please head over to Cathy’s blog to see all the other participants in this week’s Colour Creations Showcase!

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12 thoughts on “Colour Creations Showcase – Cajun Craze”

  1. What a bery pretty card Kate, I love the shimmer frost paint and cajun craze ink technique effect that you did. Really cool and looks fabulous! To add it to the pool party with all its beautiful textures is gorgeous ❤️

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  2. Kate, this is such a pretty card! I love how the 2nd generation colour of Cajun Craze looks with Pool Party. And what a pretty colour Cajun Craze is when mixed with the Shimmer Paint. Such a clever use of this not too popular colour.

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  3. Very Pretty card Kate, who would have thought that Cajun Craze and Pool Party could look so lovely and delicate together. Thanks for a colour inspiration I would never have thought of.

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  4. This is a fantastic colour combination Kate and a stunning card! You’ve almost make me like Cajun Craze! Thank you for sharing your Cajun Craze inspiration with us tonight xx

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