This is the final Jewelry Color Inspiration Challenge...but have no fear...I will be revealing a new color challenge along with a fresh, new blog look very soon! I'm very excited about sharing my BLOG MAKEOVER REVEAL with you...so stay tuned:)
Anyone who knows me also knows that have an obsession for stamping and for JEWELRY! I enjoy participating in other stamping challenges and want to share the fun by offering my own weekly Color Challenge. The challenge will be posted each Sunday and will include a photo along with the link to the website where I found it.
If you want to play along, simply make a paper project (card, scrapbook page, or 3D item) that includes the colors indicated with the inspiration piece. (If you don't have the exact colors, just use ones that are similar:) Then, submit your creation to me by Saturday, July 25th at 11:59 P.M. using the Mr. Linky box at the end of this posting. You may also wish to post your photo in a public gallery such as Splitcoaststampers.com using the keyword JCI.
How cool are these earrings!...Shells with Clock Hands & Red Stone from Leighanna Light...Thingmaker. These gorgeous one of a kind earrings were made with vintage clock hands and 100 year-old shells from Papua, New Guinea that were once used as currency.
The colors for this week's inspiration piece are Not Quite Navy, Ruby Red, Creamy Caramel & Very Vanilla...(or a close match will do:) Karen Giron's Sweet Sunday Sketch #27 was the perfect inspiration I needed to use my new Sense of Time stamp set. The clock hands on the earrings were another inspiration to use this timeless set:)
All Supplies are Stampin' Up!
Stamps: Sense of Time
Paper: Creamy Caramel, Not Quite Navy, Very Vanilla CS, Autumn Traditions DSP
Ink: Not Quite Navy
Other: Photo Corner, 1 3/4" Circle & Eyelet Border Punches,) Cutter Kit, Big Shot, Scallop (Circle) #2 Bigz Die, Kraft Taffeta Ribbon, Vintage Brads, Mat Pack & Paper Piercing Tool
The random winner of this week's JCI46 will receive a free stamp set called Comfort Food. This set is so cute with punny greetings and images including a donut, box of popcorn, and milk carton. Mr. Linky should be working again, but please let me know if you have difficulty linking up your project. Can't wait to see what you all come up using the JCI46!