Mixed-media paper crafter; stamper, freelance craft tutor, designer of PaperArtsy JOFY stamps

ACP Week 2: Grey + B = Bunting

There were so many crafting options to choose from beginning with the letter B including bottles, birds, bleach, buttons (of course! lol), bottles tops - but on this run of the alphabet this is my choice.

B = Bunting

I think I've mentioned several times (at least lol) how much I like (love!) bunting - it makes me smile - its such a happy joyful decoration - village fetes, christmas,etc etc etc... I have several projects lined up this week featuring bunting...
I teamed grey with pinks for todays project- pink and grey seems (to me) such an 80s colour combo but like everything else 80s its seems to be making a bit of a comeback....
Today's projects are nice, cute, & simple cards. 
Stamps are Purple Onion & papers are Basic Grey (6x6 Bittersweet) & card is from the stash.

I hope you like today's projects - if the design or colour combo has inspired you please leave a link to your blog in comments & I'll pop by and have a snoop at your creation :o)

Thanks for popping by!

Jo
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5 comments

  1. I love the combo of pink and grey - and your bunting is fab!

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  2. that is gorgeous Jo, colour combo great and the bunting is just lots of deliciousness . . x

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  3. The 80's never went away as far as i'm concerned, my crafting wouldn't work half as well without a retro 80s CD blasting out!!! Love the colour combo Jo, gorgeous bunting!! xx

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  4. Well loving your new blog thingys wot u is doing. Very organised. Most impressed. And Gary is a colour I am wearing. Have decided it suits my 'growing older' complexion across all seasons....

    With pink is very 1980's, but u seem to have a modern twist, or is bunting a vintage twist???

    Whatevs. Now I'm just confused. Nothing new there then either.

    Leandra xxx

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  5. Errrrr grey, not Gary...although he might be of grey complexion.....

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