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Primary Colors for #SIP110 with Video

Primary Colors in Cardmaking

During the month of July I was excited to have been invited to be the Guest Designer at Stamp, Ink, Paper Challenge. This week I am overjoyed to say that I have been asked to stay on the Design Team! Special thanks to Justin and the Team for giving me the warmest welcome. This week at the Stamp Ink Paper Challenge, the theme is Primary Colors. This is a great opportunity to create a card with any theme you wish while following the idea of a pre set design. Be sure to go over to the page and check out all of the Design Team’s cards this week and if you are up to a challenge…. add a photo of your card as well!

 

Color Challenge

Primary Color in cardmaking with video tutorial by Jenny Hall Independent Stampin Up Demonstrator Please visit my website at www.jennystampsup.com for cardmaking papercrafts handmade cards more video tutorials and scrapbooking inspiration   

Here is a link to last week’s challenge  CLICK HERE

 

Design Details

Primary Colors in Cardmaking

It does not seem possible that we gain a spectrum of color from only three Primary Colors. Red, yellow and blue can blend together to form any color in the rainbow. In this project, I have chosen to demonstrate this theory. I’m adding primary colors to my card project and watching them blend on top of textured embossing paste.

Creating with Embossing Paste

Making designs in embossing paste can be created best by using a palette knife. In this project, I created two panels with Layering Squares Thinlits Dies to get pre-sized pieces to feature the embossing paste. Once dry, I dripped on the primary colors with an Aqua Painter and watched them start to blend. Adding the die cut rose and branch helped to show contrast and let the colors stand out.

 

 

Primary Color in cardmaking with video tutorial by Jenny Hall Independent Stampin Up Demonstrator Please visit my website at www.jennystampsup.com for cardmaking papercrafts handmade cards more video tutorials and scrapbooking inspiration     Primary Color in cardmaking with video tutorial by Jenny Hall Independent Stampin Up Demonstrator Please visit my website at www.jennystampsup.com for cardmaking papercrafts handmade cards more video tutorials and scrapbooking inspiration

 

 

measurements for this project

Thick Whisper White card stock card base: 4 1/4″ x 11″, scored at 5 1/2″
plus additional Thick WW card stock for die cutting 2 Layering Squares
and the rose/branch

 

For a visual demonstration of this project, please click here to watch the video, or click below

https://youtu.be/ceqIlZFQz8o

 

Primary Color in cardmaking with video tutorial by Jenny Hall Independent Stampin Up Demonstrator Please visit my website at www.jennystampsup.com for cardmaking papercrafts handmade cards more video tutorials and scrapbooking inspiration

 

Here is a list of supplies I used to make this card project. Links are here that you can click to get product info and purchase items, at no additional cost to you, as well. Thank you for your support with your purchase 🙂

Available for purchase on August 1st!

click photo for info

 

 

 

Having more ways to create a focal point on your project can make a project work for you. Thanks for stopping by today.

-Jenny Hall

YOUR Independent Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator

 

Here are a few other projects featuring Embossing Paste

scrapbook page with embossing paste        embossing paste

 

Using the current HOST CODE will add to your points toward a free stamp set!

Jenny Hall www.jennystampsup.com

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In answer to many questions, yes I am a Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator and YES you can join my team. I have a non-geographical team, which means you can live anywhere in the US and participate on my team. I hold monthly meetings via FaceBook LIVE in which you assemble a prepared project. Now is also the best time to join as a hobby demo. It’s a win=win for you !

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  1. This is so beautiful, Jenny! I love primary colors. Thanks for sharing the process you used for making this and all your inspiration!

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