Sunday, 23 October 2016

Leaf ll by Lynne Moncrieff


For this card, the leaf panel was prepared the same as for the assemblage piece last week.

When working with PaperArtsy Infusions, play around with them. The more water you add, you will notice the colour changing, the brown of the walnut ink crystals coming through.






Supplies


Idea-ology Tiny Attacher
Extras:- Stained muslin, crochet lace


Instructions


Sprinkle The Sage onto colour diffusing paper, misting with water. Leave to dry naturally.  Once dry, tear to required size, adhering to cardbase made with Kraft cardstock. I found a glue stick the best adhesive for this purpose. Stamp leaf onto panel. Stamp script with Distress Ink and Archival repeatedly on background.






Stamp script onto mop up paper and stained colour diffusing paper scraps. 






Assemble card by layering the stamped script pieces with a pre-stained muslin fragment to upper corner, attaching with Tiny Attacher. Layer another piece of stamped mop up paper with crochet lace to below the leaf.


Until next time,

Wishes

Lynne

11 comments:

  1. So beautiful, Lynne - subtle, natural colour tones, and such an elegant simplicity of composition.
    Alison x

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  2. Such a stunning panel Lynne, love the subtle textures and lovely soft colours. That leaf is just the perfect centre piece!

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  3. This is so serene and beautiful! xxx

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  4. Another stunning panel Lynne! x

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  5. This is so beautiful, dear, love your play with infusions, and the soft tones you have created, the piece of stained muslin, so wonderfully brings forward the little green tones in the background, and the stamped leaf so elegant in its simple beauty. Such a gorgeous panel, Lynne. xx

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  6. This is so beautiful, dear, love your play with infusions, and the soft tones you have created, the piece of stained muslin, so wonderfully brings forward the little green tones in the background, and the stamped leaf so elegant in its simple beauty. Such a gorgeous panel, Lynne. xx

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  7. This is really beautiful in the simplicity of design Lynne and love the textures too.
    Fliss xx

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  8. It's beautiful Lynne! I always love your use of little paper scraps.
    Alison xx

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  9. Such a satisfying collection of bits and bobs and such a perfect composition Lynne. the greens feel so uplifting. xx

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