Sweet Friend

Capture d_écran 2018-05-10 à 12.26.32I wanted something soft so I Capture d_écran 2018-05-10 à 12.26.44opted for tones of grey, silver and silver pearl for my creation.  Inspiration from the TIME OUT Challenge #109 and the CAS Colours & Sketches Challenge #271.  I used Bristol paper to stamp my Around the Edge by Dylusions in Fog Memento Ink and then restamped to add Clear Glitter EP.  My panel was then die cut with MFT’s Die-namics Stitched Triple Peek-a-Boo Windows so that I could water colour each three windows with Gansai Tambi white gold along with a homemade greyish blue from Daniel Smith’s primary colours.  Some splatters were added and then the three pieces were popped up by layering 4 die cuts, inlaying them into place.  Tiny silvery Japanese paper flower die cuts, to which I added a pearl center, were added.  A “hello SWEET FRIEND” from Technique Tuesday Chickadees was stamped-silver heat embossed on a vellum MFT HIP CLIPS Die-Namics die cut, along with another bloom.

Thanks for stopping by, HUGz, JoannaIMG_2739 2


10 thoughts on “Sweet Friend

  1. Such an interesting and wonderful design. Love the gray and silver and the way you partially colored some of the images. Lots of interest and dimension. I just love it. Thanks for joining us at Time Out!

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  2. Oh…. this card is amazing. So beautiful and such a wonderful design. What a pretty stamp and love the greys and the silver. Love all the little touches too on this amazing card x


  3. This is a wonderful and very creative design. I love all the soft colours and the touch of sparkle works really well with this. Thanks for joining Time Out


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