Hello again. Today's offering features a technique that I think is great. It is quite simple but can give striking results.
This card is worked entirely with Hobby Art stamps which you can find here.
i started this card by cutting the white card to size first. I started with a piece measuring 7.5x11.8 cm and increased it by 5/8" all round twice.
I used luminart radiant rain pourable inks for this. I used a blue, magenta and yellow. I squeezed some drops on my craft mat and spritzed with water. I then swooshed card though it. In reality it is very bright and sparkly.
When I was happy with colours I dried them well and stuck the 3 cards lightly with some ds tape. I stamped the images in black archival ink across the 3 cards. Then I mounted each layer on black and stuck layers down properly.
I stamped and clear embossed the sentiment and cut it in a banner shape and mounted on black. I shaped it and attached it across.
I diecut a black and a white butterfly. The white one had ds adhesive and so I covered it in iced diamond for some extra sparkle. I finished them off by adding some pearls once I stuck them to card.
I hope you like my make, Theresa xx
I would like to enter this card in the following challenges:
Simon says stamp Monday challenge - make new friends and keep the old (new stamp, old inking technique)
Simon says stamp Wednesday challenge - something new (new stamps)
Fan-tastic Tuesday - anything goes with a splash of orange (where colours mixed orange turned up)
Hobby Art challenge - bright and happy
TTCRD - anything goes
So bright and vibrant love this cheerful card on a really cold grey winter day xxxxReplyDelete
Thank you for sharing xx
thanks Bernie xxDelete
Stunning card again Theresa!!! Your work is so inspiring :-) xxReplyDelete
coming from you that publishes on mags...... thanks xxDelete
Hi Theresa, I just love your card, so vibrant I have been playing with those stamps today which I had in the Hobby art sale great value. Then just before bedtime I saw Laura Williams blog and I was so inspired I had to have a go with her card and I like the results. I would love to try your technique now but it would mean not getting to bed until 3am but I must admit I am very tempted. xxReplyDelete
thanks Deborah. it looks more complicated than it is but i think the results are striking. maybe you can try it another day xxDelete
What a amazing card so bright and vibrant. XxxReplyDelete
thanks Naomi xxDelete
So very pretty! So fun and colorful! Thanks for joining along with the Simon Says Stamp Monday challenge!ReplyDelete
thanks Mona xxDelete
Very striking design, gorgeous colours and I love the stamps you used xx Zoe xxReplyDelete
thank you Zoe xxDelete
fabulous card Theresa - very vibrantxxReplyDelete
thanks Linda xxDelete
Hi Theresa. What a lovely vibrant card. Just what's needed for these dreary winter days. Good luck in your challenges. Hugs XXReplyDelete
thank you Emma xxDelete
Very colourful and striking card, it looks fab. Thanks for joining us at TTCRDReplyDelete
thanks Andrea xxDelete
A glorious colour explosion, love this xxReplyDelete
thank you Lisa xxDelete
What a gorgeous card. I really must try this technique with my supplies. TFSReplyDelete
yes try it Kellie. it is fun xxDelete
What glorious hot colours, just perfect with the black stamping. Thank you for your visit and your lovely comment. Looking forward to meeting up again later this month. xx MaggieReplyDelete
It was actually a tiny bit I forgot to colour until I had applied the glitter. xx MaggieDelete
thank you Maggie. see you soon xxDelete
loving that colorful background with the black striking images! awesome! :) Thank you for playing along with us at Simon Says Stamp!ReplyDelete