Color Coordinates: Soft Colors for Year Round Cardmaking

Welcome to the blog my friends! It’s Shari here with a new color coordinate combination. I have been waiting to do a color blocking background using an ink blending tool, so I chose some colors that sit well on top of each other.

They are all pastels and are pleasant for many occasions.

Shari Carroll, Color Coordinates

The technique used is quite simple and is a great jumping point for those of you wanting to ink up a quick background. I started out by using my Rectangle dies cut from cardstock to create a quick stencil. I also used some Post-It tape to adjust the size of the openings to get a variation of the rectangles.

Shari Carroll, Color Coordinates

Once I had the background colors blocked out, I trimmed up the panel and put it on a top folding notecard. Next, I die cut the Bright Blossoms die from Neenah card stock three times and glued them together. This gives the flowers nice dimension. I did the same with the Script Thanks die and mounted it to a strip of cardstock colored with Sea Glass ink.

Shari Carroll, Color Coordinates

I filmed a video that you can view below or on our YouTube channel HERE.

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  1. LOPVE your Color Coordinates series, the color combinations are always stunning. Love your card, so soft and elegant :-)

  2. Love your color co-ordinates! The colors look so beautiful together and the card is so very elegant. Thank you so much for sharing!

  3. Even if it´s summer right now I already started working on my Christmas Cards, and this is a Color Combo I will use on winter themed Cards this year.

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