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Friday, 8 January 2016


complete change from my last inky cards, I've made a CAS card which is most unusual for me as I'm far too messy to keep all the white space clean .  For the panel I sponged Twisted Citron, Cracked Pistachio and Peacock feathers distress inks, I also sponged a spare piece of card for the sentiment. Used some of my old markers to colour the Inkylicious stamp and stamped it on the panel, stamped the sentiment with memento Lilac Posies.  The two punched butterflies also coloured with a marker pen, I thought I had picked up the pen I used for the flowers but obviously not,howver I felt they made a bit of a contrast.  finished by sponging the edges of a piece of cardstock to match the colours of the panel.  I'd like to enter this in these challenges

Time Out Challenges - Birthday with optional twist of sponging

Stamplorations - C.A.S


  1. Super and elegant card Joan, I need those new zesty DI's, mine are all a few years old but whilst they keep going am reluctant to buy more.

    Have a good weekend.

    B x

  2. Gorgeous freah sponging and your CAS design is superb. Thanks for joining TO

  3. This is lovely, looks like we used the same color inspiration ;)

  4. Such beautiful blending and love the colours you chose. And well done creating a CAS card! So very glad you joined us at TIME OUT!!

  5. So pretty and so delicate. The blending is gorgeous and loving that flower stamp x

  6. This is gorgeous! I just love the color choices and the way the flower and butterflies line up! Thanks for joining us at the STAMPlorations CAS Card Challenge!

  7. This sponged layout always works wonders, great look, pretty card. Thanks for taking TIME OUT and joining our challenge!


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