Wednesday, April 12, 2017

Colour INKspiration 07



Hello there,
welcome to the Colour INKspiration 07 blog hop. If you are hopping your way around the blog hop, you will have arrived from Denita Wright's blog and I'm sure you were delighted by her project! If you are starting the hop here but would like to go to the start at the  Colour INKspiration challenge page over on Facebook, just click the link or banner up top to be redirected and ask to join the group, that way you can load your projects directly to the Facebook group and join in the fun every 2nd and 4th Wednesday.


I always package up some Easter eggs for my kids and this year the chooks from the (now retired) Saleabration set were just irresistible! This year I made some tags to go on glassine bags filled with pastel candy coated chocolate eggs.


Close up of the tags.


I used watercolour paper for my chickens and also for their nests. One of the Swirly Bird dies was just the perfect overlay to add detail and colour to a nest full of candy coloured eggs. The tags are easy to detach to minimise destruction in the pursuit of chocolate!

The challenge runs till April 24th. Hope you can join us ! Now next up, on the blog hop is Jacque Williams in New Zealand. Enjoy!



Recipe: All SU! unless otherwise noted
Stamps: Crazy about You, Hey, Chick (R)
Cardstock: Tip Top Taupe, Mint Macaron, Whisper White, Vellum
Ink: Mint Macaron, Daffodil Delight, Pink Pirouette, Tip Top Taupe, Stazon Black
Accessories: Swirly Scribbles thinlets, Angled Tag Topper punch, 2" circle punch, Water colour paper, Aquapainter, Gold binder clips, Fringe scissors, Tombow multi, Dimensionals, Gold and Silver sequin trim, White gel pen (Signo), Whisper White bakers twine

7 comments:

  1. Clever! love that no chocolate will be harmed as you open the bag! I used the same set for the same idea for the office staff gifts. So Satisfying to make! love the chickens.

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  2. These are just adorable Kim! You have such a knack with details and l love that you've used the chicks, the crazy one just makes me smile! xx

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  3. These are too cute Kim. I love the way you created the nests. It was great to quickly meet you in person in Sydney. Congrats on such a fabulous presentation. I loved your cards.

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  4. I love your chicken tags & bags of goodies, Kim! Your kids would have loved them. D x

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  5. You always make cool stuff for your 'kids'. Those chooks are super cute and the projects are perfect for the colour palette.

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  6. These are great you have lucky kiddies!! such a cute easter treat

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Thanks so much for taking the time to comment!