What came into my mind first when I thought of these colours? Answer: Lego! So that is what I made:
Freshly Made Sketches as I loved its clean lines. I cut a rectangular block in each primary colour and then punched out circles with my handy circle punch from Itty Bitty Shapes. I added a little shine mark with my white gel pen and then adhered the circles with dimensionals. The rest of the card is fairly self-explanatory, layering up with yellow, white and blue card and making the border out of a piece of embossed Whisper White card, run through my Big Shot with my favourite lattice embossing folder.
My first attempt didn't quite work out but I didn't want to discard the Lego bricks so I made them into the card below. The sentiment is made using a Lego font that I downloaded from the internet, which I coloured in using markers.
Supplies (for the two Lego cards):
Ink: marker pens in Real Red, Daffodil Delight and Marina Mist
Card: Marina Mist, Daffodil Delight, Real Red, Whisper White
Paper: Real Red from the Brights Designer Series Paper stack
Other: Itty Bitty Shapes punches, white gel pen, computer sentiment, lattice embossing folder, Big Shot
The other thing that I think of with primary colours is balloons, so although I've done quite a few cards like this now, I couldn't resist making this quick one-layer card. So easy yet so effective... at least I think so! I'd like to enter this one into the 'clean and simple' challenge over at Simply Stampin'.
Stamps: Pedal Presents
Ink: Basic Black, marker pens in Basic Black, Real Red, Daffodil Delight and Pacific Point
Card: Whisper White
Other: white gel pen, stamp-a-ma-jig
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