Tuesday, March 27, 2018

Tuesday Morning Sketches #446

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The latest sketch is up at Tuesday Morning Sketches and it's another fun one - really easy to work with.  My card features stamps from Gina K Wreath Builder set but I did not use the template that came with this bundle.  I used various inks by Fun Stampers Journey and Papertrey Ink.  I also used 3 embossing folders by Cuttlebug and Darice, dies from MFT Stamps and Spellbinders, Nuvo Drops is various colors and finally Distress Oxide ink in Peacock Feathers.


I also didn't mention one other ink but I was super excited that my idea worked.  I also used Ink on 3 Fade Out ink.  This is the coolest ink.  It's designed to make no-line watercoloring easier.  Well I pretty much stink at that but I decided to give it a try on this card.  I used it to stamp a circle that came in the set.  Then I used that circle to be my guide to stamp the leaves in Limeade Splash (FSJ) and then more leaves in Vintage Jadette (PTI).  Then I just filled it with little flowers.

Now this Fade Out ink is so unique, what this does is it takes on the color you apply which is why it's so handy with no line water-coloring.  I don't know if this works with Copics.  But if you're interested in this ink you can find it here.

To finish my card I lightly inked one corner of the base with Peacock Feathers and then added my other elements.  Since I used a dark card stock I made a coordinated panel for the inside.



I hope my card inspires you and that maybe you learned about a new product.

Thank you, again, for stopping by.  Please be sure to visit the design team - they did an amazing job.  They always do!
Debbie
Janice
Jenée
Patti

I'll see you over at the TMS blog.

5 Encouraging Thoughts:

Jenée said...

Super card! I especially like the way you've "colored" the polka dots on the upper portions with a slight hint of color on two other "panels". Very creative and artistic! The printed image is so sweet. Everything about this is lovely!

Janice M said...

Oh Wow your wreath is beautiful!! Love the way you decorated the inside of the card to match. Such pretty colors you choose.

Debbie said...

Wow! What a beautiful card!! (And how did I miss the teal/blue memo this week? LOL)
I need to go check out that ink.

Daffodil Cards said...

A Beautiful card, love your colouring and design.
Faith
x

Carol L said...

What a great combination of stamping and embossing here! I have never heard of that ink you mentioned, but your card turned out quite lovely! Nice work!

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