Both of the additional colours this week are probably one of my favourite combos to date. The colours went perfectly with one of many pictures I had taken of our new dog Sophie. I did find however that when you ink or paint on black it can change the hue of the colour so I went back over my brick work hoping to get the right hue. I used colorbox bright lime ink pad but it seemed to go more of a grass green and its a bit hard to start again when I generally leave misting and masking last, generally I have my photo and papers already stuck down and then decide to add these types of mediums to my page. Overall I was happy with the result.
Ribbon was twisted and stitched down, tape measure's were cut from Websters paper. Flowers cut from Amy Atlas K & Co Range.
Product use: Bazzill Cardstock, Websters Äll About Me, Crafters Workshop Brick template, Websters Stickers, Tim Holtz Stamp, MM Paints, Matha Steward punch, Hambly Transparency, K & Company paper.
Thanks for looking and I hope to see you over at Black With 2, this is a great challenge and really gets you thinking with the limited colour use.
Have a great weekend.
You are amazing Fi... this layout is beautiful... you always good with colors challenge... Its hard for me... You rocked it all the time... hugs...xoxoReplyDelete
I am with you on these colors! Love what you did! Your dog looks like a sweetie!ReplyDelete
What a beautiful layout! I love that black and lime color combination it's so stunning!ReplyDelete
Simply beautiful! Wow! I really love the color combo! Beautifully done Fi!ReplyDelete
this layout is fantastic.. the photo of this dog is so beautiful!ReplyDelete
Beautiful work Fi. Your new addition to the family is super cute.ReplyDelete
Love the Hambly underneath your title and all the paint. -And the white flourish that looks like it was stamped.
Have a great day!!
Hi Fi, missing CCG, love this one and that dog is too cute, take care, Doreen xReplyDelete
You did great Fi, this is wonderful! super sweet fur baby you've got in the family. xxxxReplyDelete