Color Dare #349 ~ Love of Color

Happy Friday!  This week we have another Fun Color Dare Challenge for you.  This week for Color Dare #349 it is our Love of Color.  This week our colors are WILLOW, CLOVER, PANSY, RASPBERRY, PEACH, and LILAC.  Simply choose at least 3 of the Colors – Black, White and Neutrals are Free.

For my design team entry, I chose to use Willow, Clover, Pansy, Raspberry and White Daisy.

For this card I used a retired paper as the background.  It is the Willow pattern paper from Adventure papers.  I used both sides of Clover, Raspberry, Pansy and White Daisy. The ribbon is also retired.  The stamp sets I used for this card are Elegant Peacock and Escape to Paradise. I used the thin cuts with the Escape to Paradise to cut three of the hibiscus flowers, one in Raspberry, then two in Clover.  I then fussy cut to combine them into one.

Now it is your turn to create! Just create a project (card, layout or other craft project) using this weeks colors.  Then link them to the Color My Heart Blog ~ Color Dare #343 or you can post them to the COLOR MY HEART FaceBook page.  For this Color Dare Challenge, you have until Thursday, July 11, 2019 at 10:00 p.m. Eastern Time to submit your project.   We love to see your inspirations.


Happy Crafting!

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  1. Beautiful card, Cat! I love the colors and how you accented with black and white. That ribbon is a perfect touch.

  2. This is so pretty – love the flower combination and the sentiment is perfect for the card. The ribbon is a great addition.

  3. Delightful card, Cat! I never tire of flowers and ribbons. I especially like the way you combined the colors from the challenge grid.

  4. what a great layout and show of the beautiful colors from our Love of Color Board. And the ribbon is perfect.

  5. Love the layout and your choice of colors from the Love of Color Board…and ribbon placed so perfectly in your card…Beautiful.

  6. Debi Gardner says

    I love the soft background with all those luscious, bold colors! Mmm

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