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CKC 2016 #4

So I have all these photos full of purple. Where to go with the color scheme? I don’t want more purple. So I look through my supplies, embellishments mainly, to see what I can decorate with and pull colors from those items. I grabbed that die cut that reads “you are my greatest adventure.” (This kid of mine loves to DO things, so I’m often dragged along into her world. So, yeah, she is my adventure.) Pink embellishment? Pink and purple color scheme! I kept the purple smaller with just a strip of patterned paper, rhinestones (her character is named Amethyst after all) and a bit of twine (Honestly, I just needed a filler for the awkward white space at the bottom.) The star pattern paper offers some neutral contrast and provides a bit of theme (the character is famous from a TV cartoon). I grabbed a couple more pink items to create my visual triangle and threw it all together.

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There is some tonality difference between the main die cut sentiment and the brighter white of the “this!” word and star paper. That might bug some people but I don’t mind. I think the wood veneer actually helps pull in the color from that one die cut and makes it work okay.

So when you are stuck with photos, look to embellishments to find your color scheme and pull together items that helps everything flow.

RECIPE

  • pattern papers: Stampin’ Up (purple), unknown (rest)
  • gems: Queen & Co. (goosebumps), Want 2 Scrap (rhinestones)
  • wood veneer: Studio Calico, Scraptastic Club
  • letters stickers: American Crafts
  • ink (to color letters): Ranger
  • die cuts, tag, twine: unknown stash
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