Hello and Welcome to our Sunday Night Blog Hop and Challenge CASEING the CATTY.
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This week, we are sharing our inspiration coming from a Blending Brushes project!! There are a few pages with lots of different and great ideas!!
|2022 - 2023 Annual Catalogue pp38 all images © Stampin' Up!|
I was inspired by the use of the die along with the blending brush for some colour in specific shapes!
For my card featuring the lovely Nature's Prints bundle, I die cut a couple of the leaf shapes from the Natural Prints dies, and then used them as masks for my sponging with a blending brush.
I stamped a bunch of the foliage images from the Natures Prints stamp set randomly around the card with the greeting stamped in the centre, using Pear Pizzazz, Evening Evergreen and Garden Green. I then put the die cut mask over the stamped image and sponged the same colour over the top of the stamping to create a lovely shadow of colour.
The inside of the card features the same detail while leaving a space to write a greeting!!
My final touch was a couple of die cut edges using the lovely Delicate Edges dies in Shaded Spruce cardstock, as well as a couple of Faux Sea Glass Shapes.
I do love green - so I love how this turned out!!
|Up next is the marvellous Michelle - check out her project!!|
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I love the layering of stamped images and the ink blending just lifts it even more. It looks great how you left the blank space for the sentiment.ReplyDelete