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Navy, Gold and Pink

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There is a fabulous color trio over at The Color Throwdown and I wanted to make sure to play along.  Not only did the colors inspire me the picture of the Fireworks did too.

 I decided to try and mimic all the streaks and colors in the sky with the splash watercoloring technique. At first I thought the flowers came out a bit too bold, but as I put the card together it started to grow on me.  I made my heart background with this very cool SU paper that works so well with Oxide inks. It does an ink resist.  I LOVE IT, but sadly I don’t believe it’s still available. I heat embossed my leaves with gold EP and punched them out with the coordinating SU punch.

I’m also linking this up over at The Paper Players where they have their 400th Celebration going on with prizes too. Congrats to The Paper Players for being around so long. We appreciate all your efforts and inspiration!

Finally, Once again over at CAS Watercolour where they have Splash Watercoloring technique challenge going on.

Thanks for stopping in…makes my day! Nanc’

Card Details: SU Flowers, leaves, and Punches, MFT Happy die and Heart die, Neat and Tangled Birthday stamp, SU background paper that I colored with Oxide inks, Nuvo drops and pink pearl accents.

14 thoughts on “Navy, Gold and Pink

  1. Beautiful card Nancy. I love all the details. Great job.
    I was inspired by the colors of this challenge also and wanted to play along.
    Have a wonderful day my friend.

  2. I had never thought of using the splash background for flowers … but this looks awesome Nanc! LOVE the combination of colours and your collage of beautiful die-cuts. Thanks for sharing with us at CAS Watercolour!

  3. Fabulous indeed! wow Nanc’ this one is a show stopper!! : )

  4. That is so very gorgeous the way you used those colors. I love it.

  5. What a gorgeous creation! I love how you used the emboss resist paper to create the heart, and your little floral cluster is perfect with those challenge colors! I wouldn’t have thought to use them, but obviously, it works–this is so pretty! Thanks for sharing this with us and helping us celebrate our 400th challenge at the Players!

  6. I love your pink resist heart, Nancy! It’s such a perfect contrast to these beautiful flowers! I love how the splashed colors turned out! A lovely design! Thanks so much for sharing this with us at CAS Watercolour!

  7. Such a stunning card Nancy. Love the layout, flowers and that soft heart. Beeeeeeeeeeeautiful.

  8. Nancy, I just let out an audible WOW when I clicked on your card! This is such a gorgeous and unique design and it totally rocks the throwdown colors! So glad you joined us this week!

  9. Absolutely beautiful, Nancy! I love the color combo. I don’t think I have ever made one with pink, navy and gold before. Your flower arrangement is stunning!

  10. This is gorgeous in color and design, Nancy.

  11. This is beautiful! Your blooms turned out gorgeous.Thanks for playing along at The Paper Players and joining us in our 400th challenge celebration!

  12. Nancy this is just gorgeous! So many fabulous details and I love your watercolour splatter flowers, very clever. A perfectly balanced card. Thanks for joining us at The Paper Players for our 400th birthday celebrations!

  13. Nancy, this is such an amazing gorgeous creation – love the layout, that heart and those flowers – really stunning!!!

  14. Beautiful Splashing showing in your pretty bouquet. Love your die cut heart in the background. TFS Nancy and joining us at CAS Watercolour. Hugs…

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