Hope you're having a fabulous Saturday, with some time set aside to craft, craft and craft! Need a challenge to spark your mojo? If so, do we have one for you!
Welcome to our Inkspirational Challenge #103, where Pia has chosen Geometric as the theme for the next two weeks...
Joining us, with amazing inspiration for this challenge is our fabulous Guest Designer, Justine, whose card-making skills are extraordinary. Not only that, but she creates outstanding videos AND even offers free how-to series on a range of techniques. She was my muse for my recent stencil creations. You will be most impressed with her Geometric gem, just as you will be by those of my amazing team:
Triangles, quadrilaterals, parallelograms, trapezoids, squares, rectangles, rhombuses (or is rhombi?) sporting their best ROY G. BIV colours: that's what I'm sharing today...
My card was inspired by Winnie & Walter 2nd Belated Birthday Bash Challenge~Rainbow
and features W&W's Cover Model: Multifaceted Cutaway and In A Word: Happy Cutaway. I know that others have made cards similar to this, but it's a first for me...and I'm HAPPY that it turned out okay!
Turning the next step over to you: go all Geometric on us and share your creations in the gallery. We will be choosing a top pick/s from this challenge and inviting one entrant to join us as a Guest Designer. How fabulous if this were YOU!
Also sharing at W&W's Join in to Win.
Thank you for spending time with me today; your visit brings me joy!
Wow I love that multi coloured background Carol x
Look how pretty this is! I adore the rainbow background. Yes, this definitely makes me feel happy. :) Beautiful work, Carol. I giggled at your listing of the shapes. I don't know if it is rhombuses or rhombi. Hee, hee! Have a wonderful weekend. Hugs!
Love this die and the sponged rainbow colors behind it! It makes for a very happy card!
Hope you are enjoying your weekend, crafting away!
Love all those delish colors!
This turned out more than ok~it's fantastic, Carol!
I love the multi-coloured background - like mosaic.
Oh what a fun and pretty card! I love your soft ink blending in the background and that cover die is just perfect for the challenge! Happy weekend to you! ((Hugs))
OH it turned out more than ok Carol, it turned out fabulous! I love the rainbow of colors and of course you got your geometric going on too. Love the bold black "happy", this card will make someone happy alright! Hugs, Brenda
Love those background colours and that bold happy, Gail xx
Wowzers! This is fantabulous my dear friend. This turned out beautifully, if you ask me...no more lessons or practice needed; you've got this technique down pat! That's one amazing cover plate, too. Hope you're happily ensconced in your craft room enjoying the weekend. Bev
Your multi coloured background is simply gorgeous Carol, you always sponge so softly--love love love!
Such a fun die & I love how you used it here, Carol!
Pretty rainbow background! Awesome card mf~
Fabulous! I must give this challenge a try.
What a perfect die for the geometric challenge! Your use of color is really nice and I always love a big, bold sentiment. Beautiful card!
The perfect geometric, especially with all those yummy colors! Love the black die cut sentiment, too...it grounds your design beautifully!
Bright, vibrant and wonderfully rainbow-y, Carol ... and so graphically and geometrically cool! Hugs, Anita :)
Oooh, awesome card!!
Your softly inked rainbow of colors looks amazing behind that geometric cut, Carol.
This is a fantastic card! I love that die cut and your rainbow sponging is awesome! Love it! :-)
EEK! Another happy rainbow of color! You know I'm lovin it!
This is just fantastic. I've been drooling over some dies like this and your card makes it even harder to resist them! Love ll the vibrant colors.
Such beautiful rainbow colours and I love that geometric die cut panel, Carol!!! The big bold happy in black is so lovely!!! Beautifully done!!!!
You know I am a sucker for this card... that sweet background with the geometric overlay... radical. So visually appealing.
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