Inkspiration Colour Challenge #28

Hey everyone!

My blogging behaviour of late has been a little erratic……actually it resembles my life at the moment! LOL! I am holding a fundraiser in August for RACQ CareFlight. We needed this service earlier in the year and they are a fabulous service and they rely on donations and fundraising to help keep them going. I will be putting up a separate post soon about the event in more specific detail.

Now onto this weeks challenge. These colours are nice but I don’t play with them together. They are all strong colours. I usually have one bold colour with a couple of neutrals and/or a lighter colour. So this was definitely a challenge for me.

I would love to say I love my submission………but I only just like it. It’s not my usual style but again… have to challenge yourself right??!

Funny enough though I had no Elegant Eggplant CS and I found I couldn’t use a lot of the ink as it looked odd without the CS to back it up! I know…I know I’m strange! LOL

  • Stamp Set– Enjoy Every Moment
  • Cardstock– Pumpkin pie, Chocolate Chip, Whisper White
  • Ink– Chocolate Chip, Pumpkin Pie, Elegant Eggplant
  • Accessories– Silver Brad, White Embossing powder, Scallop Edge punch, Heat Tool, Embossing Buddy, Chocolate Chip Double Stitched ribbon, Dimensionals

Now check out the rest of the DT plus our guest plus check out our winner from last week Sally little, who happens to be my downline!!  Her submission is on Keesh’s blog, but check out her blog too. She makes such pretty things.







Guest Designer

Lee Pelosi

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I just had to share with you all a project my little girl did on COWS!! I helped of course….but all the parents were asked to! Nothing like doing grade one again in your 30’s LOL! She presented it this morning and did a little talk on how to care for your pet cow! Well in this case just cows. Can you see what I used to create this masterpiece?? LOL!

Akayla loves animals so much! She is very lucky that she has a large variety of them to pick from. All of them share a horse, which stays at the farm with the cows, they have a dog and a cat at home and sometimes Akayla will argue the case that her younger brother is also an animal but just not the same category…LOL!! They have also owned Guinea Pigs, mice and birds. You are probably wondering why Akayla chose cows then?? Well all the children were on a  weekly roster to show and talk about their project and Akyala was towards the end of the term and everyone who had done theirs did them on cats, dogs and ponies so she decided to do it on something that hasn’t been done yet, even though you don’t usually class cows as pets, she thinks of them that way. She is such a loving little girl and she loved me even more when I helped her produce her fabulous work of art…. LOL! I hope you enjoyed it too!

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