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Color Hue #10: Navy + Cream

I made a one layer CAS card for the Color Hue’s #10 Challenge, Navy and Cream. I felt like I should’ve added something in the square, so I decided to add some splatter. I think I accidentally added too many splatters around the bird. What do you think?

This was before the splatter.


  • Stamp: Unity Stamp Co
    • Possible Not Easy
    • Koala-ty Friend (Bird)
    • Just Hold On (Sentiment)
  • Ink: GKD Blue Denim
  • Colored Pencil: Blue, Peach
  • Copic Markers: E00, E11


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8 thoughts on “Color Hue #10: Navy + Cream”

  1. I think it is definitely better with the splatters. Not getting them exactly where you want is the risk you take. I think I would use them much more often if it wasn’t for that risk. I love the navy and cream and that gorgeous flower. The frame is a brilliant idea and along with the splatters the little bird finishes it off perfectly. Thank you for joining us at CAS Mix Up this month xx


  2. This is so pretty Jacinda! Love the lines and no it’s a perfect amount of spatter! Thanks for joining us at Color Hues!


  3. The splatters were the perfect finishing touch for your CAS design. I don’t think there are too many. It’s just right! Thanks for sharing with us at CAS Mix Up!


  4. Thank you for sharing the before and after splatters photo . The splatters really made a difference with the added texture and yet still CAS design, So pleased you joined us at CAS Mix Up and hope you come back again. Hugs, Nancy


  5. Your colouring on this image is gorgeous and I love the way you framed it! Thanks for playing along with CASology this week!


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