Trish came up with this colour combo for us to use on a papercraft project:
Garden Green is a colour that I have always actively avoided (it's right up there with So Saffron, as one of my least favourite colours in the Stampin' Up! range). I have to admit, though, that I'm warming to it, as a result of this challenge!
I decided to make a Christmas card, with subtle use of Baked Brown Sugar - it's in the Designer Series Paper, and was used for the tree trunk.
I have to say I was pretty happy with the way my sentiment turned out. After cutting a "Merry" in Cherry Cobbler, I needed a bit of contrast against the background papers ... but a piece of Very Vanilla card was too heavy looking. My solution was to cut a second "Merry" in Very Vanilla, and adhere the two words together, slightly offset - cool, don't you think?
Here's a list of all the Stampin' Up! products used to make this card:
Card: Cherry Cobbler, Very Vanilla
DSP: Season of Style Designer Series Paper
Ink: Garden Green stampin' pad, Baked Brown Sugar stampin' pad (for sponging card and paper edges) and marker
Other: Expressions thinlits dies, Ovals Collection framelits, Occasions Paper-Piercing Pack and paper-piercing tool, sponge dauber, Regals buttons, Cherry Cobbler seam binding, glue dots, Multipurpose Liquid Glue
The rest of the Just Add Ink Design Team members have come up with some amazing projects using this colour combo, so be sure to check them out - here. We'd love to see what you create with these colours, too.