colourQ 366!

Tuesday, November 1, 2016

Hello, hello.  We've got a new palette for you at colourQ and the colors are beautiful.  I was sadly in need of a sympathy card so I used the colors to create a card that, I think, is subtly masculine.



I used some leafy dies with a speckled background for my focal point and I arranged them to leave a nice spot for the sentiment.  I've got to tell you though it was quite a pain to leave all the little bits inside those die cut leaves!  I used micro-pore tape on the back to make sure they didn't fall out!  My layout comes from Sunday Sketch.


Short and sweet today.  I'm writing this quickly before I head off to work this morning.  I hope everyone had a fun Halloween and that your trick or treat basket is full of goodies!  Please head over to colourQ to check out what the design team has to inspire you this week.  I hope to see you in the gallery!  Thanks for stopping by!

Supplies
Stamps:  Forever in Our Hearts (Verve)
Paper:  Island Indigo, Hello Honey, Really Rust (Stampin' Up!); Solar White (Neenah)
Ink:  Hello Honey, Dusty Durango (Stampin' Up!)
Accessories:  Branchages & Feuilles die (4enscrap); Speckles stencil (Tim Holtz)

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9 Responses to “colourQ 366!”

Happy Dance said...

This is such a lovely sympathy card, Jen. It will most certainly offer comfort to the family. These colors work well for a masculine card, too. So sorry for your loss. Bev

Lisa said...

Wonderful Sympathy card Jen. So sorry you were in need of it.

Karren said...

Beautiful use of the colors and fabulous dies! An all-round gorgeous card.

stampwithamyk said...

Your die cuts are so pretty! Love this color scheme, perfect for fall. Pretty background too. Thanks for joining us at Sunday Stamps, hope to see you again soon!

Joyce said...

So very sorry that you needed a sympathy card. This one is lovely, and the colors look so soothing together.

Kim Heggins said...

So beautiful...wonderful colors for a gorgeous sympathy card.

Lisa said...

I hate that you needed a sympathy card but you did a lovely job on it, I'm sure it brought comfort to the recipient.

Thanks for playing along with us at Sunday Stamps!

Julee (Vervegirl) said...

Such a lovely card.

Silke Ledlow said...

Hi Jen...sorry to hear you needed a sympathy card :(.... I know the grieving family will appreciate this beautiful card!