Saturday, 7 September 2013

Sunrise, Sunset - card #1


Welcome to the weekend.  So happy I am able to get a chance to stamp.  
I decided to challenge myself to use this thistle image stamp on three different cards in different ways.  So, over the next couple of days, I will post the other cards that I create using it, so hope you can stay tuned and check in.  
To start this challenge to myself, I checked out the Inspiration Challenge at Splitcoast and found the Pinterest image (below).  Loved the colours and the warmth it shed.  
I started by inking up the stamp with Distress inks in orange and yellow, sprayed with water then stamped onto my card front.  I inked the stamp again with Memento grey and then repeated the image on my card front.  
I am also adding this one to the Seize the Birthday; Anything Goes.
Thanks so much for stopping by and taking a look...very appreciated!

Supplies:  stamps; Avery Elle, Fred Mullett/ Memento bl and grey/ Distress inks/ twine


9 comments:

  1. Wow this is such a beautiful look! I really do LOVE it! Can't wait to see the other cards you have planned using this stamp.

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  2. Terrific take on your inspiration. Nice card! Can't wait to see the other versions, as well. :)

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  3. Very beautiful! I love the inspiration photo and can't wait to see your other two cards.

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  4. Gorgeous card Karen, love the inspiration pic too :) Cathy x

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  5. Beautiful card-I love how you made this.What a fabulous take on the inspiration-I'm looking forward to seeing your other creations :)
    Nessa xx

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  6. Oooh...this card is beautiful!

    ~Shery

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  7. Love all three of these cards. So different. I have been working back through your blog and there are just so many projects I love. Sorry I haven't left a comment on each one! I'm going to find your follower button because your style lifts my soul. Thanks you for sharing. I know CAS isn't as easy as you make it seem. Really loving your cards

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