I’m not Afraid of Orange

Do you have any colors that strike fear in your crafting heart?  I’ve heard many people say that color is orange for them.  I have no problem with orange.  In fact, I really like it.  It’s the favorite color of my two girls.  They’ve even asked me if they could paint their rooms orange.  I haven’t quite allowed that yet, but I don’t mind orange pillows or other accents.

hello lovely chevrons

I used some fun, new products on this card — the Positively Chevron background stamp, which I embossed with white embossing powder, and the Island Indigo 3/4″ Chevron Ribbon.  I also used some more of those sequins from my stash.

I do have a color that strikes fear into my heart, and that color is purple.  I think purple is a perfectly pretty color, but I rarely use it as I never know with what to pair it.  That’s why you don’t see many purple cards from me.

Enjoy your Tuesday!  Thanks for stopping by!

Supplies Used:
Stamps:  Hello, Lovely, Positively Chevron
Ink:  Island Indigo, Versamark
Paper:  Tangerine Tango, So Saffron, Whisper White
Embellishments:  Island Indigo 3/4″ Chevron ribbon, White Stampin’ Emboss Powder, Pearl Basic Jewels, sequins (non-SU)

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4 thoughts on “I’m not Afraid of Orange

  1. Gorgeous card Amy! And, I especially love that big chevron bow on the side along with the chevron dsp. Shelby’s favorite color is orange too! And, we did let her have a bright orange room in our house in Austin. It’s only paint – it’s cheap and easy to change! 🙂

  2. Love the card & all your creations! Funny I had never thought of orange that way because I do use it a lot! I rarely use my purples, they sit in my drawer, some for years…lol…

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