Saturday, 27 August 2016

Thinking of You by Donna Gray


Hi everyone, 

Donna here with a quick card for you today.







What To Do:


Use a piece of PaperArtsy Smoothy card for this and apply Distress Inks in a random fashion. I used a couple of the green shades but of course any colour would work too, depending on your preference.

Once you’ve done that, spritz a little water over the background, wait a few seconds, dab with a piece of kitchen roll and then heat dry.

Now take some of the PaperArtsy stamps (aren’t they just wonderful….I’ve become a flower fiend) and stamp them using black Archival ink.

Take one of the That’s Crafty! Dinky Bubbles stencils and using a dark green Distress Ink, pounce through the stencil using whatever applicator you’re comfortable with.

Once that’s done, do a little doodling with a white Sharpie pen (add a little bling bead to the centre of the flower if you have any) and then mount onto black card and then white cardstock.

A quick card to add to the stash in case of ‘emergencies’ ;)



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Hope you like it

Donna x

10 comments:

  1. Lovely Donna... Great stamp and the stencilling frames it wonderfully. Happy weekend xxx

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  2. So pretty. I love how that stencil works with Kay's flowers. Lx

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  3. Fab card Donna - nice stamps!
    Love how you have used the bubbles.
    Beautifully created... Gill xx

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  4. This is absolutely wonderful. Gorgeous background for the beautiful flowers and butterfly. xxx

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  5. It's gorgeous Donna, love the inky background and the simple design is perfect to showcase the lovely flower.
    Fliss xx

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  6. Make be quick but lovely nontheless, do I need that flower
    Love
    Amanda x

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  7. It may be quick but it's very effective lovely card

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  8. Fresh, summery and so lovely!
    Alison x

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