This is the fourth and final week of Summer Card Camp. I've enjoyed the class very much and would definitely sign up for a sequel. Here is our color palette for the week:
The class blog described this combo as pear green, teal, tranquil turquoise, sky blue and crisp white. I just hunted for 2 shades of green and 2 shades of blue that were in the ball park. Close enough is good enough for me!
After choosing paper, I decided to play with shapes and created 3 card backgrounds using a rectangle, a border punch and my Creative Memories hexagon punch.
Then I layered the greeting and clouds on top, finished some outline work with a black pen on two of the cards, and called it done. No fancy techniques here.
Since I am primarily a scrapper, keeping my cards colorful and simple works well for me. I don't want to spend more than an evening coming up with a set of cards. How about you - how much time and technique are you willing to invest in your card making endeavors?