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Sunday, 5 October 2014

Celebrate with Designs by Ryn

Hello again. Finally, I managed to produce an effect I've been after for a long time. That's having a multi-coloured ink pad as my Ranger big and juicy ink pads do not have separate colours anymore but a blended ink! 


I used the cut 'n' dry felt pad and distress re-inkers to make my own ink pad. Colours I used include shabby shutters, mustard seed, squeezed lemonade, tea dye, rusty hinge, fired brick and aged mahogany.


I started by using the flowing branches stencil and inked through it with distress inks and a make up sponge. I used tea dye, brushed corduroy and vintage photo. Using the make shift ink pad and the abstract leaves I stamped a number of them along the branches. I stamped another lot on another piece of card and fussy cut them. Then I layered some of them as shown adding some dimension.


I stamped the sentiment from the word chains by Claritystamp in red geranium archival ink and clear embossed. I did feel that this stamp finished it off nicely. I used a promarker to edge the art work and mounted it on an A5 white base card.


On the inside I stamped another sentiment from Claritystamp in red geranium archival and added 3 leaves that I had cut earlier.

As always I do hope you like my offering, Theresa xx

I'd like to enter my card in the following challenges:

TTCRD - anything goes
Pink gem challenge - clean and simple
Sunday stamper - autumn leaves

 


20 comments:

  1. Very Arty and beautiful Theresa.

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  2. Fantastic result, great technique, I love the colours you've used, a really beautiful card, xx Zoe xx

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  3. Gorgeous Theresa love those leaves

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  4. Gorgeous card, bravo for making your own custom inkpad... so versatile too... Thanks for joining in with the Sunday Stamper x

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  5. This is amazing! I love the colour fade that you got with the different inks! This is my first time seeing Flowing Branches combined with Abstract Leaf Set too. Thanks so much for sharing! Can I post this to my website? I'll include a link to your blog of course. You can also upload it to this month's challenge: http://designsbyryn.blogspot.ca/2014/10/october-customer-creation-challenge.html

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    1. thanks Ryn. of course you can post it to your website. i'll be honoured xx

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  6. This is fabulous, love the gorgeous colours and design.
    Hugs
    Linda xxx

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  7. I absolutely love the way you did this & the look is awesome...

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  8. Wow - this is stunning - I love the look with the fussy cut leaves ... Thanks for sharing this with us at Through The Craft Room Door. Please come play along with us again! (Hugs) Cara

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  9. What a wonderful combination of stencil stamps and colors!
    Hugs Anja

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  10. Hi, thanks for finding my blog, love this project it's beautiful.Had a lovely day with you and hels, hope to see you again soon.xx

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  11. Such a lovely card! The effect of the curved leaves is great! A joy to see this card :)
    Debbie / Daqa

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