. . . making one more with grey–slate, in this case, which is rich and oh-so-yummy!
Pink and grey . . . such opposites, and yet so good together! Disclaimer: I'm no good with a color wheel. And color theory? Well, the fact is that it tends to go in one ear and out the other for me. And, I'm OK with it because I use this method: If my eyes happens to like a combo they stumble across, and squeal "I likey!", cha-CHING!!! (OK, technically, eyes don't squeal and it'd be gross if they actually did, but you *know* what I mean)
Is there a name for that? My methodology of choosing color combos, I mean . . .?
I digress . . .
Anyhoo, the Moxie Fab Challenge "Grey Is The New Black" had me hankerin' to make one more design with grey, just for the halibut. *snarf*
Don't those Bursting Blooms look so purdy in pink? White gold glitter was the poifect compliment–it's actually more sparkly IRL. *LOVE* One of these days I'll figure out how to get the lighting and angle right on the camera lens to capture it proper.
I'm not sure my obsession with grey is gonna end here . . . methinks it will endure . . . good thing I got the 50 sheet pack . . . LOL!
And, on that note . . . . wait for it . . .
. . . wait for it . . .
Have a great weekend!
Credits – The following are all by A Muse Artstamps: Stamps: Bursting Blooms, "Have a beautiful day"; Slate Card Stock; Clear Twinkle Stickers; Distressed and Patterned Papers from the Olivia Collection, 6×6" by Basic Grey; Inks: Sugar, Pear and Slate Fresh Inks by Impress Rubber Stamps; White Gold Glitter by Martha Stewart; Tafetta Ribbon by SU!; White Embossing Powder; Corner Chomper Rounder by WR Memory Keepers; Ribbon Slot Accessory Punch Tips by Making Memories