Monday, March 5, 2018

Color Wheel Stars on Cream

Today's Make It Monday challenge on the Papertrey Ink (PTI) blog is to create a color wheel card.  I enjoyed making a star wreath around my sentiment circle, and it was helpful to think of a "color wheel" when choosing my colors.  Thanks, Lexi and PTI, for the inspiration!

Note:  That really is a cream color, not white, for my card base and sentiment circle.  And the gray border is background, not part of the card.

Card details:
  • Card stock is Papertrey Ink Americana (rustic red), canyon clay (orangey brown), saffron spice (gold), pinefeather (dark green), enchanted evening (dark blue), plum pudding (purple), rustic cream (on card base), and vintage cream (sentiment circle).
  • Embossing folder is Craft Concepts solid stars.
  • Twine is PTI rustic jute twine.
  • Dies are from PTI seeing stars (medium) and limitless layers: 1-3/4" circle.
  • The star-shaped sentiment "thank you" is from PTI military stars (retired), stamped with PTI cocoa bean (brown) ink cube.
Created for Operation: Quiet Comfort.


Tanya Boser said...

This card is certainly star-studded, love it!

lexi said...

i love your "rustic" take on the color wheel! and the stars are such a fun theme from background to sentiment!! thanks for playing make it monday!

Linda said...

Fun take on the challenge. Love your embossed background.

Kim Heggins said...

Love your wonderful color wheel fun to use those stars and your background, just perfect!

Betty Wright said...

Great design!