Embellish Square Cards Color Trends Challenge Share A quick project for the current Embellish Challenge…I made it this morning when I had a serious need to make something! (I’m like a crafting addict!!!) I must say, square cards are not my strength. I don’t know why, but they are a challenge for me! For this card, I went with square layers to mimic the card shape – and kept everything else pretty simple. I am loving the Hero Arts Open Flower Cling stamp…there are so many options for how to use it. Here, I colored it in with shades of pink to add depth to this otherwise flat card. Thanks for stopping by for some Damask Love and I hope you have a fabulous day! Supplies: Stamps: Hero Arts Small Open Flower Cling stamp, PTI Corners and Border Monogram Edition Ink: Vivid Dye Ink (Fuchsia) Paper: PTI (Hawaiian Shores, Lemon Tart, white) Other: Tombow Watercolor Markers Post navigation ← Moxie Fab Trigger Tuesday – Polka Dotted HullabalooChallenge a Week – Play Date Cafe → 10 thoughts on “Embellish Square Cards Color Trends Challenge” Gorgeous! Love the window effect and how you coloured the flower. I’ve always been too lazy to colour each petal individually but I’ve now been inspired to get my lazy butt in gear and try it! Reply This is gorgeous! Square cards definitely don’t look like your weakness. Simple & stunning 🙂 Reply So so pretty Amber! Love the flower broken up into squares! You did a great job! Reply Very pretty! I love the way you use white space. It looks perfectly balanced. Reply You would never guess that the shape was a challenge… this is stunning! Reply This. Is. STUNNING! What a gorgeously clean design! Reply Absolutely gorgeous! I love how the simple and clean design makes the open flower pop 🙂 Reply This is just beautiful! Love what you have achieved with those inspiration colours! Reply Super cute Amber! Thanks so much for playing along with the Embellish Challenge. Reply So cute! Love the tile concept! Thanks so much for joining Embellishes Square Color Trends Challenge. Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.