'Colour Explosion', is our new theme over at Try it on Tuesdays .
The added information we were given was 'Bright seasonal colours'.Now for those of you who regularly visit, this is not one of my comfort zones.
The colours I decided to use were- Fired Brick distress ink, [ for Christmas , also we have Bonfire Night on the 5th November in the UK] and a touch of Bundled sage because its an autumnal shade.
So Christmas is coming and this is one of my first cards.
I used an Embossalicious folder for my base card, liberally swiping it over with the distress ink pads, before blending.
Buttons and scraps of materials etc are always to hand on my desk.
The poinsettia is a die cut, I often use the petals of this for leaves.
Thank you for stopping by, I so so enjoy reading your comments.
Super Christmas card, the colours are great. Hugs BeeReplyDelete
Excellent!! Love it Yvonne - great colours - a real vibrant card. xReplyDelete
A really lovely card with wonderful coloursReplyDelete
Great card, and love the folder you have used. Hugs, ValerieReplyDelete
Gorgeous background!! Love the flower too!ReplyDelete
Delicious colours, and I love the textured lattice - a great bit of inspiration!ReplyDelete
I like the contemporary feel to this. All too often Christmas cards are traditional yet not everyone likes vintage style - gorgeous use of the lattice effect.ReplyDelete
smashing style and colours Yvonne, Annette xReplyDelete
You may have leapt out of your comfort zone Yvonne but the effect is still quite stunning!ReplyDelete
You definitely achieved the explosion of colour Yvonne, so effective on that ef.ReplyDelete
Lovely cheerful looking Christmas card.ReplyDelete
Love these cheery Holiday colors! The poinsettia is gorgeous! Hugs!ReplyDelete
love your take on a Christmas card Yvonne :)ReplyDelete
Great take on this theme - love the poinsettia.ReplyDelete
Love the vibrant color of the fire brick. Lovely card!ReplyDelete
Can't see that this is out of your comfort zone! LOVE it...ReplyDelete
A gorgeous card Yvonne, love the embossing folder. Great choice of colours.ReplyDelete
That lattice background came out gorgeous with the reds. Blessings!ReplyDelete