Bright Thanks

Capture d_écran 2017-11-25 à 15.31.23It’s that time of gratefulness, Capture d_écran 2017-11-25 à 15.51.07which is the theme at CAS-ual Fridays CFC187 & TIME OUT’s Challenge #97.  So I created this card with Color Throwdown’s countdown #470 palette.  Using a Crafter’s Workshop Aspen Stencil I added Brushos (lemon, orange & brilliant red) over a masked part of my Bristol card base.  I spritzed with water and came up with a Capture d_écran 2017-11-25 à 15.51.40colourful Capture d_écran 2017-11-25 à 15.32.01autumn scene.  Once dry, I applied a shiny layer of Distress Crackle Paint for the Less Is More Recipe #356 and waited for this layer to dry 😛  Then I blended in some Distress Ink vintage photo to allow the tree trunks and branches to appear.  Penny Black’s word die “thanks” was die cut in white and brown and adhered just under the forest.  Hope you’re having a joyful Thanksgiving, filled with love and family!

Thanks for stopping by, HUGz, JoannaIMG_2214IMG_2213

14 thoughts on “Bright Thanks

  1. This looks amazing! I love your blend of colors, the scene you created and the clean layout. Beautiful two-tone sentiment too. Thanks for joining us at Less Is More and TIME OUT!


  2. LOVE this design, Joanna. I have been looking at my Rock Candy crackle from Tim Holtz and thinking I need to use it again … and bang, there is your card! I love how it looks over your brushos background. Beautiful card! xx


    • Hahaha great minds run on the same channels, we must have had the container in our hands at the same time 😉. Just remember to shake it well & add water if it’s too thick, …this I read after 😂


  3. What a gorgeous card, Jo! Love this technique since it provides such vibrant and bold colors! Thanks for joining the CAS-ual Fridays Challenge!


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