... and my last week guest-designing with this great challenge and team. *sad face*
I found this cue word tricky at first. How to use a rainbow of colours yet keep a clean, simple design? If you're CASology team member Ardyth, you make it look easy, I discovered. I didn't really want to finish off my guest month CASEing (Copying And Sharing Everything) someone else, though. Then I started thinking about the different causes and organizations that use rainbows to symbolize diversity and acceptance, and an idea started to form.
I'm sure there's a rule somewhere that you shouldn't mix ink/embossing colours when paper-piecing, but I also have a feeling there are a lot of unwritten stamping rules I manage to break. I wanted the dragonfly's antennae and trail to be silver and the outline of his body black, so that's what I did. I traced the rectangle of the sentiment with clear glitter pen for a little extra sparkle.
I have had such a good time pretending to be a CASology designer this month, I wanted to share the happiness! So I have a little blog candy offering today:
A Simon Says Stamp/Kelly Purkey "Cheers" stamp set and a galaxy gold ink! I'll pick a winner from the comments on this post next week. In the meantime, check out how the CASology design team has been inspired by this week's cue card. And then I hope you will be inspired to join us!
Supplies: white cardstock, Echo Park Everyday Eclectic patterned paper, Hero Arts dragonfly and sentiment stamps, Versafine onyx black & Versamark inks, clear & silver embossing powder, Wink of Stella clear glitter pen, Marvy-Uchida corner-rounding punch
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