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Tuesday, 30 June 2015

get well soon

Hello again. yes I have had another play with Jo's bubbles stencil. I do love it. I made this card for my son's friend who has hurt himself and is not able to go to school and so had to pull out of the school play. I'm sure he's gutted as this chap loves acting and he is good at it.

 

So I used the new colours of distress ink, and added colour through larger circles with: fossilized amber, cracked pistachio, mermaid lagoon, abandoned coral. I tried to keep the little circles monochromatic.
Then using black archival ink and the wee folk, I stamped the 2 boys as shown. I extended the rope of the swinging lad to make it look as if it is under and over the gaps between circles. I added a bit of shadow with hickory smoke under the boy holding the bubble.
Same bleaching and white pen as in my previous post. Went round the edge with a black pen.

 

I stamped the sentiment on a separate piece of card and edged in black again. mounted it on an A6 card with foam tape for a bit of dimension and hopefully it goes with the sketch above.
So I hope Ross like it, Theresa xx.
Stamps and stencil are from Claritystamp.

I would like to enter this card in the following challenges:

Simon says Stamp Monday challenge - summer (colours used are the summer hues)
TTCRD - anything goes


24 comments:

  1. Love the soft colours Theresa, and the boys playing on the balloons is such a fun image. A beautiful creation!
    Sylvia x

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  2. I love the colours on this Theresa x

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  3. This is so clever, Theresa - love how you colored your bubbles. Such a shame that your son's friend will miss his play this time. Thank you for joining us in the Through The Craft Room Door challenge this week.

    Hugz,
    Linda

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  4. Great card Theresa, and perfect combination of DI, Stamps and oh yes that Fabby Stencil....I hope your sons friend gets better soon....hugs...xxx

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  5. Beautiful stamping Theresa, awesome dimension and a wonderful take on the sketch
    Thanks so much for sharing and taking part.
    Sarah xx
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  6. Lovely card, super stencil, so useful and those wee folk are just perfect.
    Kathy xx

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  7. A love your card and I have that awesome stencil which I also love . Have to get those wee folks

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    1. thanks Janice. the wee folk do com in handy xx

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  8. What an awesome card, your stencil inking is fab!. Hope your son's friend is getting better.
    Thanks for joining us this week
    Anne
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    1. thanks Anne. just heard today from Ross's father that he is now out of hospital xx

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  9. Another awesome card with that stencil - brilliant.
    Linbyx

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  10. This is another wonderful use of the bubbles stencil and I love the mix of colours and the wee folk are just perfect! x

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  11. You certainly know how to use this stencil, another brilliant card. Such great colours with the dark silhouettes.
    Thanks for sharing with us.
    Anita x
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  12. This is lovely! Thank you so much for sharing it with us at the Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge Blog! - Ashli :)

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