Anita Bowden has created a lovely silhouette card for this week's Muse challenge. I really liked the blended distress inked background, the black flowers and the way the card was mounted on black card. Instead of using a stencil for the flowers I stamped them.
Distress inks - mustard seed, spiced marmalade and ripe persimmon
Woodware grasses clear stamp - versafine black onyx ink
Sentiment - Lili of the Valley block sentiments
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Wednesday, 6 July 2016
Tuesday, 5 July 2016
This week's muse at Muse Christmas Visions is Marianne who has created this lovely card to inspire us. I took my inspiration from the shape of the bauble, the colour and the little stamps used to decorate it. I used a mask to create the bauble shape and then decorated it with little stamps and a few gems. This is a very quick and easy card to make!
I am also going to enter my card into this week's Less is More Challenge which is to make a card based on the colours of your kitchen. The blues I used in the bauble are the same colours as the wallpaper in my kitchen.
Mask - Stamps Away
Snowflakes - Stamps Away Winter Set (Montage)
Sentiment - Creative Stamping Magazine issue 27 Woodland Christmas
Distress inks - broken china and salty ocean applied with an Inkylicious blending tool
Archival ink - cobalt
Sequins and bow from stash
Thanks for visiting my blog - I really appreciate your comments. Margaret