April 9, 2017

The Remarkable Ink Big Hop - Retiring In-Colors with Beautiful You

Hi there and welcome to the April 2017 Blog Hop! This month, we are featuring the retiring In-colors that will be going away at the end of May. You may just be getting started here on my blog, Stampin' n Scrappin' from the Heart, or you may have arrived from the hopper previous to me in the list. If you get lost at any time, the line up is below, just follow the links from blog to blog to see all of the wonderful projects from our talented demonstrator friends.
My card today is featuring my most beloved In-Color from the collection, Mint Macaron. I actually love all of the colors in the 2015-2017 In-Colors, but this one just makes me smile and draws me in unlike any of the other colors. It's hard to explain, but I just LOVE this color. Today, I mixed it up with the awesome stamp set Beautiful You found in the 2017 Occasions Catalog and went for a bit of a monochromatic effect.
I used the 2015-2017 In-Color DSP paper stack to do some paper piecing for her dress and hat, and tacked them down with a little Fast Fuse and using the reverse of the same sheet of DSP, For her skin, I colored her with the Pink Pirouette Stampin' Write marker and added a bit of Sahara Sand by just dabbing the marker. 
 I added a strip to the card base as an accent. I really hope you enjoyed this card. Please leave a comment below. I would like to thank you for taking part in our hop, there are so many amazing and inspiring projects to see that you will not want to miss out on, so remember, you are currently at my blog, www.snsfromtheheart.blogspot.com, so check out the list below to see who's next in the line up and be sure to go there next. Feel free to leave comments along the way as we all love to hear your thoughts and again, thank you for stopping by and happy stamping,
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  1. Wow! Beautiful card and awesome paper piecing.

  2. Mint Macaron has been my favourite too. You have created such an elegant look with the Beautiful You lady and this DSP,

  3. Wow, I love her polka dot dress! This is such a beautiful showcase of one of my favorite retiring In Colors. Thanks for sharing :)


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