Eastern Beauty – have you ever associated this with Berry Burst? You may not have heard of this colour label. In the Stampin’Up! world it refers to a deep shade of pink in the colour spectrum and it is one of the “new 2017 – 2019 In Colours”. What this means in the world of Stampin’Up! is that this colour is available for two years before the range changes.
Eastern Beauty Stampset
This morning I caught a glimpse of the beautiful deep pink shaded Hibiscus in my garden and I had to make a card using the Berry Burst Stampin’Up! ink and coloured cardstock. This is a perfect match with nature and it is amazing how certain colours can just communicate the perfect look for your creation.
Did you also know that the Hibiscus is the national flower of multiple countries in the world, including Haiti, and Malaysia. It’s also used in various teas in India and is traditionally worn by Tahitian and Hawaiian girls. One species of Hibiscus, known as kenaf (Hibiscus cannabinus), is extensively used in paper-making. This is so appropriate for our field of papercrafting.
Pure Berry Burst
Now let me take you from Eastern Beauty to pure Berry Burst. This shade of pink has to be one of my favourite
colours to work with and so here is another card to share with you. This is a double twisted easel card and I am sure you will find lots of inspiration for further easel card designs here Images for Easel card templates.
The beautiful Berry Burst Designer Series Paper contrasts well with plain white cardstock and I have also used the new Stampin’Up! Label Me Pretty Stampset
Why not share with me your favourite easel cards below. I think my challenge still remains to create a home decor frame for my next blog post. Be sure to check back soon for the update. Any of these products can be purchased from my online shop.