Colorful and Cute Wild for You Card by Christy!

It’s the last week for our Color Inspiration challenge! Let’s see your colorful projects; link them up HERE

Christy has some cuteness to share today for your weekend crafting inspiration!

Hi there, it’s Christy here today with a sweet birthday card using the colors from our current challenge’s inspiration photo! I still hadn’t inked up Wild For You so I decided to make these cute little critters the focus of my scene. I colored them with Copic markers and die cut them with the matching dies, then layered them on top of a Stitched Rectangle Stackables background and some Meadow Borders grass.

I added in a couple of clouds from Spring Showers and stamped a sentiment from Tiny Tag Sayings: Birthday on one in Peacock ink. Then I popped up my focal panel with foam tape over a card base layered with coordinating patterned papers. A smidge of Stickles glitter glue was my final touch.

You still have a week left to enter our Color Inspiration Board Challenge! I can’t wait to see what you create!

Thank you so much for sharing this amazing card creation, Christy! I love that blue elphie
Have a great weekend everyone; happy crafting!

A Summery Friendship Card by Jessica

Our Color Inspiration Board challenge will be open until Sunday August 6 at 11:59PM ET. We hope you will join us! Click HERE for the challenge post.

Happy Friday Fawnatics! Jessica joins us today with some super fun color inspiration!

Good morning! Jess here with a card for our current Color Inspiration challenge! I love the bright and cheerful rainbow colors and used them to create a fun, summery friendship card!

To start I stamped the strawberries and banana from So Smooth with copic-friendly ink and colored them with R29, R39, G19, Y17, and Y38 copic markers. Then I stamped the images onto a post-it note, fussy cut them out, and masked them. Next I stamped the five drink glasses from So Smooth and colored them with copics. I used RV13, RV14, R27, Y17, Y38, YG07, G14, BG13, BG32, BG25, and BG49 to imitate the inspiration palette. I made sure the ink was totally dry and then I stamped the adorable faces onto each glass. I altered the orientation of each face to create a little variety!

Then I added a little more details: I stamped the sentiment at the bottom, added the umbrellas to two glasses, and then added accents with a white gel pen. Finally I applied a thin layer of glossy accents to each of the glasses and let it dry. And that’s it! 🙂

You have 2 weeks to enter our Color Inspiration challenge and I can’t wait to see your entries! Thanks so much for visiting and have a fantastic weekend!

Thank you so much, Jess! This card makes me smile and has me craving a colorful cold beverage!

We’re so happy you joined us today! We hope you all have a wonderful, crafty weekend!