Hellohello. How's your Thursday been so far?
Mine would best be described as frantic, so it's especially nice to be winding down now with another Palette Pingpong post. This week's inspiration photo is super-pretty - you can find it here, over at Gabrielle's. And this is how my palette turned out:
I felt like breaking away from my usual squares and rectangles, and once I started on the hexagons . . . well, let's just say I got carried away. They went from pretty patches of colour on my screen to pretty patches of colour on a simple notecard.
If you'd like to send your own version of the same card, I've made a printable version which you can download here (it's free - hurrah!). Score along the centre line marked, then cut out, trimming just inside the dotted outline. For a square version, rather than the printed rectangle, just cut it a little smaller. Fold neatly in half along the score-line, and your card is ready to send. I rounded the corners on mine for added prettiness, but that's entirely optional.
And while you're in a downloading sort of mood, you might also want to go back over to Gabrielle's blog and help yourself to a sheet of her adorable jam-jar labels and tags. I'm not a jam-maker (or jam-eater, for that matter), but I've still printed off a set to use on a couple of other jar-based projects. They're too cute not to find an excuse.