Recognition

Wednesday, 20 January 2016

Blue Flower...

I had fun yesterday playing with modelling and embossing pastes.
Here is my card
I blended blue distress inks through the flower stencil 
and then  used semi opaque, white modelling paste over the top.
The blues from the distress inks reactivated with the paste 
and produced a really pretty milky effect..
After it had dried I put on a little more paste on the edges to get the white back a little.
The butterflies and sentiment have been stamped with Dark Blue archival ink.
The card has been lightly splattered with the same blue distress ink from the flower
and finished off with three sequins to match.
All on one layer with minimum embellishments.
Crafty Hugs x
Challenges.....
One Layer Challenge   - The Sky's The Limit
Stamps and Stencils -  Oh So Blue
Use Primarily Blue, mixed media with some stamping and/or stenciling
Stamplorations - On going challenge-Anything goes
Happy Flowers Stencil
Butterfly Challenge - I is for inking
Stamplorations - CAS-Anything Goes
Stamplorations - Theme and Sketch
I have gone with the theme of Stamps and CAS









32 comments:

  1. Wonderful technique....your flowers are gorgeous! Lovely card! Thanks for joining us at Just Us Girls.

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  2. That's absolutely gorgeous Mac, I love what you've done with the flowers. I don't have any embossing pastes myself but the do achieve some amazing results, and your card is proof of that. The gentle blues contrast beautifully against the dark blue, I love it. x

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    1. Always so generous with your comments, thank you very much x Well done on breaking out those fairy stamps x

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  3. This is so pretty with your blue tone colors!! Love what you've done with the embossing paste!! Thanks for sharing! HUGS

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    1. That is so kind, always appreciate your comments x

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  4. Thank you for the lovely comments that you've left on my blog. I've just remembered what a Misti is and I would like one too but they are quite expensive. I use Versafine Back Onyx ink to get the best black impression. It always stamps so clearly but you do have to give it time to dry as it is prone to smudging. Hope this helps and I look forward to seeing your fairy stamping ;) X.

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    1. Always a pleasure dipping into your blog x Yes the misti is expensive and hard to get too! Thanks for the tip on the black onyx versafine, I'll give it a go. Thank you for your advice and help x

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  5. This technique has produced beautiful flowers! The blending is gorgeous. Love the added splatters and sequins, too. Thanks for playing with us at JUGS!

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  6. Beautiful card! Such sweet and delicate colors. Yes, a milky effect and so lovely.

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    1. Thank you for stopping by and leaving such kind comments x

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  7. Would love to see you enter this over on my butterfly challenge as you have butterflies and used inks. You can enter up to 3 times each challenge. Hugs Mrs A.

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    1. Thank you for letting me know x I shall do that x

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  8. Pretty stenciled flowers - love that hello too.. Thanks for joining in at JUGS!

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  9. The flowers have a soft delicate look and I like the path of the butterflies.

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    1. Thank you very much for your kind comments x

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  10. So glad you linked this up I really like how you have produced the flowers and those butterflies in the darker ink just sets the whole card. Thankyou for fluttering by again. hugs Mrs A.

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    1. So glad I fluttered by your challenge and thank you for the heads up x Thank you too for your lovely comments x

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  11. I love the two tone of colors you used for the flowers! Beautiful! Thanks for joining us at STAMPlorations CAS Challenge!
    Lisa

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  12. Awwww it's super pretty! The dual tones of the stenciled flowers is super cool. Thank you so much for playing along at STAMPlorations!

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    1. Thank you for stopping by and leaving such kind comments x

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  13. So pretty! Love the way you have worked the flowers! Thankyou for joining us over at Stamps and Stencils.Toni x

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    1. Thanks for stopping by and leaving such kind comments x

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  14. Beautiful card, I love the delicate design. Thanks for joining us at Stamps and Stencils. Sue C x

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