Wednesday, 4 November 2020

Art With Heart Colour Creations Showcase : Magenta Madness

 

 

Welcome to another week of the Art With Heart Colour Creations Showcase where this week our feature colour is Magenta Madness which is one of this year's In Colours. This week I have 3 cards to share with you. Two birthday cards and one Christmas card. 


As you can see Magenta Madness is a bright pink colour and in this card I have created a bright birthday card to look like a wrapped present. To accentuate the DSP to look more like wrapping paper I have embossed it using the Old World paper folder but now that I look at it again it looks more like the wrapping paper has been reused ! Lol!

For my second card I have continued the Bright theme literally! and created a Christmas card.


This time I have paired the Magenta Madness with Gorgeous Grape and taken my inspiration from one of the papers from the Artistry Blooms pack. The "Bright"sentiment has been stamped in Magenta Madness and then mounted on a die cut piece of Rainbow Glimmer paper.

For my third card I have toned down the Magenta Madness by teaming it with another lovely In Colour, Misty Moonlight, to create a birthday card.


It's a bit hard to tell from this photo but I have actually embossed the DSP, which is from the Flowers From Every Season pack, with the Tasteful Textile folder. Although Magenta Madness is used in this card, it's not as bold as the other cards.

So which is your favourite? Personally I can see a place for each one of the cards depending on the personality of the recipient


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To see more of this weeks beautiful creations please hop over to Cathy Proctor's blog. Please take the time to visit all of the blogs and if you feel so inclined then please leave a comment. Thanks for visiting. 

Next week our feature colour will be Mango Melody, one of the Brights colours, so don't forget to pop back and check out the creations.

Enjoy your week
T

11 comments:

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  2. Theresa, please don't ask me to pick a favourite - they are all lovely. But I'm super impressed with how your first card really does look like a birthday present! Thank you for sharing your beautiful Magenta Madness cards with us tonight!

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  3. Lovely cards Theresa, the bow is my favourite, I think it looks like a present wrapped in tissue paper

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  4. Beautiful work, T - and they're all so different! I laughed at your comment about the first card. That one's my favourite. I think the embossed effect on the paper is awesome!

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  5. Three beautiful cards Theresa. I love them all - its too hard to choose a favourite. As you said, each design has its place and will be just right for the right person. xxx

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  6. Oh, your first card sure reminded me of a birthday present that I wanted to rip open. I love your comment about the reused wrapping paper, hehe, you were thinking of the environment, I'm sure! Your other cards are lovely too.

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  7. 3 beautiful cards, and there is nothing wrong with recycling your wrapping paper....lol I love them all. Great Job.

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  8. Lovely cards but I think the third one is my favourite.

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  9. Your first two cards are so bright and fun, Theresa. I have picked a favourite though, and it's card #3. That Misty Moonlight DSP pattern looks just gorgeous with Magenta Madness.

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  10. Gorgeous happy cards Theresa. I love them all but the first is my favourite.

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  11. It looks like you had a lot of fun using up your Magenta Madness supplies Teresa! I chuckled at your comment on the first one too - I thought you had deliberately scrunched up the paper to look like that :)
    My favourite of the three is the last one. I can't believe how beautiful it looks with the Misty Moonlight - I would never have thought of such a delightful colour combination.

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