Scrapbooking Global Blog Hop March 2022- Colour Combo

Updated: Mar 27

I'm Sharni Haines from South Australia and welcome to the Scrapbooking Global Design Team's monthly blog hop. Every month we have a new challenge or theme. You are more than welcome join us! You can find us on the Scrapbooking Global – Stampin’ Up! Facebook Group where we show and share our love of scrapbooking and have the monthly themes where you can join in the blog hop.

You may have started here or come from the clever Jill Hamlett

This month's theme is Colour Combo - Misty Moonlight, Crumb Cake and Petal Pink brought to you by the clever and talented Maï Lavidalie.

Here is our beautiful and incredibly talented Scrapbooking Global - Stampin' Up! Creative Team.

As mentioned, the theme for today's page is colours....Misty Moonlight, Crumb Cake and Petal Pink. I have followed the brief and created my page with these 3 colours and a touch of gold.

I pulled put the old Painted Poppies Bundle (haven't used for a long time!) and die cut flowers with Blushing Bride & Basic White. I brushed a little colour onto the white part of the flowers with my Blending Brush & Blushing Bride ink.

Apart from the Cardstock colours of Misty Moonlight, Crumb Cake and Petal Pink, I also used some pieces from Abstract Beauty 4"x 6" Specialty Designer Series Paper that match the colour brief. You can see the lovely piece of Misty Moonlight here with gold foil splotches.

I used Gold Shimmery Ribbon underneath a sentiment from Create with Friends Stamp Set. This circle and all the other circles were cut from the Picture This Die. It has lovely stitched edges and different size circles all in one piece.

Picture This Die - ©Stampin'Up! Images®

The pink spotty & gold DSP (Designer Series Paper) is also from the Abstract Beauty 4"x 6" Specialty Designer Series Paper.

Each square or rectangle was cut and matted with either Misty Moonlight or Blushing Bride and then a second layer with Crumb Cake Cardstock. I love these colours, so this was not a difficult challenge for me!

You may see the tiny Gold Metallic Pearls dotted here and there over the page, they help bring in the gold touches.

The background paper is a retired piece of 12"x 12" DSP I had in my stash from last years catalogue. I chose it because it was the perfect colour and had a tiny script on it.

Enough teasing! Here is the completed page. Those that follow some of my work will instantly recognize the photos...they are from my Marie Antoinette Birthday Party I held last year to celebrate my 50th Birthday. This is inside 'The Barn' where we had our evening meal. I felt so honored and fortunate to be able to have my friends and family with me.

What I really love is how everyone made such an effort to dress up so beautifully! It was like going back in time.

All the products I used are listed below and can be found in my shop for more information.

That's all from me today, thank you very much for dropping in and I hope I have given you some ideas and inspiration and maybe a smile on your face?

Please continue to hop around and see what beautiful pages everyone else has made to share with you.

Next up is Cheryl Taylor - UK , I can't wait to see what she has made!