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Friday 15 May 2020

Color Dare Challenge #394

This is another make for

This is the colour palette - shades of green!

I have made a 'sunburst' card - all the papers I used are various shades of green from quite bright to very pale.

The card base is white with a dark green layer first. The 'sunburst' is various triangles of light to darker green papers on a pale green. I added green distress ink around this rectangle and the larger green square. Then I added the green twine and then this whole square to the card blank on dimensional tape. The green sentiment is also on tape and I then also added the green arrow. Most of the elements and papers were from Kaisercraft Full Bloom 6.5" paper pad.

Happy Crafting and hope to see your make in the challenge!


  1. Love your sunburst card, they are always a fun way of choosing a selection of different papers...great choices.

  2. Fun sunburst! I like how you added the arrow to draw your eye in more.

  3. Very nice card and pretty sunburst. Like the arrow to draw the eye in.

  4. Lovely sunburst card. I like how you've made it more of a square shaped sunburst, and that patterned paper, almost looks like glitter paper from a distance (and when you look closer its pretty little flowers).


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