Week 3 of my Color of the Week series is all about Pineapple Punch. You can check out all of the Color of the Week posts here as they are added throughout the year. These first five weeks are featuring the new In Colors, and after that, we will take a look at all the other colors in a random order.
Make sure to follow along here on the blog or on my Instagram and Facebook pages. I will be using the hashtag #makewithcolor throughout the year when I share color projects and combinations and ask that you join in too! All you have to do is tag me (@mackenziemakes) and use the #makewithcolor hashtag so I can see what you are sharing. I’m so excited to bring you color inspiration all year long!
Pineapple Punch is a super bright yellow, not as green as Lemon Lime Twist and brighter than Daffodil Delight.
Use these color combinations as inspiration for making projects with Pineapple Punch.
Products Containing Pineapple Punch
Links by TheseAreMyStamps.com
Here are the instructions for making this week’s card.
For the base, use an 11″ x 4-1/4″ piece of Pineapple Punch cardstock folded at 5-1/2″ on the long side. Cut a piece of Pineapple Punch cardstock to 5-1/4″ x 4″ and run through the Big Shot with the Basket Weave Dynamic Textured Impressions Embossing Folder. Add this layer to the base with Dimensionals. On a 3-3/4″ x 2-3/4″ piece of Whisper White cardstock, stamp the larger sunflower image with Pineapple Punch ink towards the bottom. Use that same ink color, but stamped off, to stamp the smaller sunflower image overtop the larger image. Stamp the flower center with Crumb Cake ink stamped off. Also, use Crumb Cake ink to stamp the sentiment at the top. Attach this stamped piece to a 4″ x 3″ piece of Crumb Cake cardstock, then add to the card with Dimensionals.
If you would like to decorate the inside of the card, stamp the sunflower in the same manner as above right on the inside of the card base. Allow part of the images to go off the paper (so make sure you have something underneath to protect your work surface).
I hope you are excited to get making with Pineapple Punch! Next week we will take a look at the color Call Me Clover, so don’t forget to follow along here and on social media. I look forward to seeing what you make, so please tag me (@mackenziemakes) and use the hashtag #makewithcolor when you share on social media.