Saturday, February 5, 2011

What was I thinking???

This card was amazingly easy to create.  I'm not convinced that Blushing Bride was the right colour for the matte, but...  not much I can do about changing it now.  This card started with the stamp.  Originally I tried to stamp the image on paper sprayed with water - no luck.  Then I tried to spray water on the already inked stamp - no luck again.  So finally I scribbled some zig zag's  of Concord Crush on watercolour paper and then used my Aquapainter to blend it all together.  I really like how the Concord Crush ink separated into purple, blue and pink.  I stamped the Giraffe in Concord Crush on Very Vanilla Cardstock and then carefully cut it out with Kraft scissors. 
The Fun Stuff:
1.  Paper -Concord Crush, Very Vanilla, Watercolour Paper, Blushing Bride DSP - a hostess pack
2.  Ink - Concord Crush
3.  Stamps - Animal Stories
4.  Accessories - Stampin  Write Marker, Aqua Painter, Concord Crush 1/2" stiched poly ribbon, Stampin' Dimensionals, Distressing Kit

5 comments:

Sarah Newman said...

I like the blushing bride behind- it's cute! Cool technique!

Joanne Leddy said...

This is really cool! Thanks for sharing a fantastic idea!

Lori said...

Hi Sandra! I think it's a cute card - I don't mind the blushing bride at all :)

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Rel Squire said...

Hi Sandra, just come across your blog while browsing on Colour Q and wow just love all your work, but especially all your scrapbooking pages. Am really into this lately, more so than cards, and am attending classes and am so interested to see other stampin up friends use their stamps and punches etc., in scrapping. I think your work is lovely with such clean lines and focussing of the photos. Really beautiful. Am looking fwd to adding you as a blog I will follow on my blog.

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