Hello everyone! I hope you are all doing well on this (rather cold and windy but sunny) Wednesday. I have a card to share today where I'd like to say I was channeling my inner Heather Telford. It's not quite a work of art like her cards are but I'm quite pleased with it. :-). Take a look...
So, first I masked off a rectangular area on my cardstock. I like to use some old washi tape as it's not too sticky and peels off easy. I have one that has a pattern I don't care for so it's what I use. :-). I cut a circle from a post it note (they work well for masking as they are low tack and are quite thin) and positioned it on the top left corner of my rectangle. Then I sponged my inks on. For this I used StazOn (sunflower yellow, blazing red, royal purple, azure) because I find the colour are really vibrant and solid when sponging. They do have a tendency to eat away at the sponge so use ones you don't mind throwing away after. I use makeup sponges cause they are really inexpensive. Once my sponging was done, I took off my circle mask and added some dark grey with my Spectrum Noir marker then blended it with the blender pen making my moon. Then I inked up my stamp (Winter Ledge by Penny Black) with black ink. I removed my washi tape and trimmed my panel which I matted with black cardstock. I mounted it on my white card base with foam dots. Lastly, I stamped my sentiment (from Trendy Feathers set by STAMPlorations). This Penny Black stamp is really awesome. This is actually only a portion of it. They've got lots of great branch stamps. :-)
I'm going to link up to the following challenges:
Penny Black and More - anything goes
STAMPlorations - stamps and layers. I've got some layers of ink as well as paper layers.
Well, that's it for now. Have a wonderful day and thanks for visiting!
Beautiful card, Kim! I say you channeled your inner Heather Telford rather well. I like how vibrant the StazOn inks are. I've been thinking of investing in a few StazOn ink pads but I don't know much about how these inks react -- I'm glad I read your tip about using the cheap cosmetic sponges! And what a coincidence -- I was writing you an email and after I'd sent it, I saw the InLinkz notification email for this! :o)ReplyDelete
This came out great! Love those colors and your moon!ReplyDelete
Lovely fusion of colours Kim, great stamping and inkwork.ReplyDelete
Thanks so much for sharing your lovely work with us at Penny Black and More this month.
A very pretty card - love the vibrancy and that PB stamp!ReplyDelete
This is stunning! Love the colors! Congrats on the Tweet from Penny Black!ReplyDelete
Gorgeous card Kim. Love the vibrant colours of the sky. Loll :)ReplyDelete
Stunning inking Kim. The colours are beautiful and coordinate perfectly.ReplyDelete
Thank you for sharing your gorgeous work with us at Penny Black and More this month and good luck in our prize draw.
.....THUD! You've rendered me speechless, in jaw-dropped, breath-taken-away awe of this gorgeous card! All I can say: LOVE this! Oh myyyyyyyy....ReplyDelete
You rock, Kim. Heather would be proud. That sky is fantastic and the moon just perfectly done. I am such a sucker for branchy images. Thanks so much for posting this beauty in the STAMPlorations gallery this month.ReplyDelete
And so you should be pleased with it, Kim! Great channelling of your inner Heather T. Love those sunset colours. Thanks for playing along at STAMPlorations :)ReplyDelete
Gorgeous card and l love that stamp , nice colours too.ReplyDelete
Thank you for sharing at Penny Black & More @ Allsorts ' Anything goes' challenge and good luck x Susan x