Recognition

Wednesday, 28 October 2015

Note

Todays card is a CAS card 
for the Simply Less is More Challenge......

It is a Sketch Challenge this week
I used black embossing paste through a stencil for the brush.
When dry, I hi-lighted one of the brushes with silver Starlight Metallic paints.
This is the first time I had tried them and they really do shine 
and gave good coverage over the black paste.
I tried different die fonts, one more Arty and the other Classic.
The paint splat under the sentiment is also The Starlight Paint.
I rotated the sketch and liked them both ways, 
so I'll have decide which way when I write on them!
Crafty Hugs x




16 comments:

  1. Thank you for the kind comment that you left on my blog. Your card too is very striking and a great take on the challenge. I've had a lovely visit to your blog and I think that our styles are sometimes quite similar. I've become your latest follower so that I'll be able to see your future creations. Kindest regards, Sandma x

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    1. Yes I think are styles are similar too and I've just popped onto your blog to join yours x Thanks again for stopping by and look forward to seeing your creations too x

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  2. love the monochromatic feel, very manly, well it could be a card for a man i mean, well done on changing the orientation aswell

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    1. Yes I think it's manly too. In fact I seem to make quite a few masculine cards x Thank you for stopping by and your most welcome comments x

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  3. Love how you've turned the sketch on it's head and made a striking and unique monochrome card.
    Brilliant work and thanks so much for playing along this week!
    Sarah xx
    Less is More

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    1. Thanks for your lovely and positive comments, always appreciated x

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  4. Oh they are wonderful!! Love the touch of silver!

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    1. Thank you Ros for stopping by and glad you are liking the little bit of bling x

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  5. Oh wow! Deceptively simple looking, so striking and effective - what a brilliant take on our sketch.
    Thank you for joining us
    Anne
    "Less is More"

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  6. Love the striking image on these two cards, in monochrome this looks fab!
    Thanks so much
    Chrissie
    "Less is More"

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  7. Loving your arty take on our sketch and they look great in black and silver. So striking in their simplicity.
    Sorry for the late visit!
    Thanks for sharing with us.
    Anita x
    Less is More

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  8. This is such a clever way to interpret the sketch! Wow! I am blown away! :)

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    1. That is so kind and thank you for the great comments x

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