There's a little surprise party going on in blog land for our friend Nonni of Korttikarkuri. It's her birthday today and a bunch of us made her some cards to wish her all the best! Here's mine...
I used a brand new stamp set that I won from CAS-ual Fridays to make my card. I did an ombre effect which turned out on my first go. I've not done much of this with stamping so I was glad it worked out the first try. :-). It must have been because it was for you Nonni!
Well, I hope you have a super lovely day and you get lots of crafty goodies for your birthday!
If you want to join in on the party for Nonni go visit Sandie over at London Days and there's a link up there.
Thanks for stopping by and have a fantastic day!
Linking up to the following challenges:
Addicted to CAS - code word is Geometric
Addicted to Stamps and More - it's their CAS challenge again!
Keep it Simple - create an ombré effect
Wonderful ombre stamping Kim, thanks for joining the party xReplyDelete
Oh this is beautiful. Blue is my favorite color at the moment, I wonder how you knew that!!! Great ombre look. Thank you so much for making my birthday so special!!ReplyDelete
Pretty, pretty, pretty! Isn't it great when new things work out first go! I knew Nonni would adore this, as do I!ReplyDelete
Love the ombre effect and the color is spot on! Thank you for joining us at ATSM.ReplyDelete
Beautiful card for Nonni! LOVE the colours and the popped up flower. Thanks so much for playing along at ATSM and ATCAS xxReplyDelete
Love your pretty card Kim - the colours look amazing xxReplyDelete
Love, love the ombré!!!!! I actually did a card for ombré last night for tomorrow's The Challege, so I will link up too!!!!ReplyDelete
Love the ombre and the excellence in stamping u achieved creating a perfect geometry :) Thank you for sharing with ATCAS!ReplyDelete
You are a pro right out of the gate with the ombre, Kim! This whole card is so sensational and so perfect for Nonni!! Hugs, DarnellReplyDelete
Geometric, ombre and CAS! Love! Thanks for playing along with us at ATCAS :)ReplyDelete
Beautiful - did you use different color inks or did you do generational stamping?ReplyDelete