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Wednesday, 17 September 2014

IndigoBlu guest design piece

 Hello my friends. In the last IndigoBlu challenge I made the top 3 and so they asked me if I wanted to do a guest design piece. Of course I accepted.


I started with a brusho background that i had that had bright colours fitting an Indian theme. The brusho colours are brilliant red, turquoise and leaf green. I stamped sentiment in versamark and embossed in black.


I got the echinacea and prepared 2 masks. I then stamped the flower and 
masked to create depth along the top and bottom edges in black archival.
I coloured with spectrum noir pencils and added wink of stella for some sparkle.
I coloured the sentiment with a white sharpie pen to make it pop.



I went around topper with faded jeans and chipped sapphire distress inks. Whendry i went round in versamark and embossed in gold sparkle.



Next i did the border on the base card. I left a margin and masked the 
card off with copy paper. I stamped the flower, overlapping with the help of the masks to create depth.
I drew squiggly lines with a black pen joining all the petals. I then coloured the negative space with spectrum pencils to match the brusho hues.


I then matted on white which helped the sentiment to pop and then black. Next i added another brusho layer and then black again.


Finished card is A5. As always I hope you like my make, Theresa xx


I really wish you could see the sparkle that's visible in real life.......
You can find this card and other inspiration on the IndigoBlu blog.


8 comments:

  1. Congratulations on top 3 and this is gorgeous, love the colours and the background you created.
    Hugs
    Linda xxx

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  2. Fantastic ......you should be on a full time DT Theresa . Whoever ask's you will have a real gem on their team ....this is so clever all the different techniques you have used....Stunning card x

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    1. thank you Bernie. i know you're biased ;) xx

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  3. Congrats on getting top 3, fab card, loving the colours and what a great variety of techniques xx Zoe xx

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  4. This is gorgeous Theresa and I echo Bernie's comment, your artwork is amazing xx

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