Monday, 6 October 2014

Touch of Pink


Morning.  The month of October at Splitcoast is Breast Cancer Awareness month and in support of that, we are making a card using a touch of pink. 

This is a very clean and simple card made using a stamp from Rubbernecker.  It is a three part stamp that I coloured with Memento markers then sprayed with water before stamping to help blend the colours.  I also added a few pink splatters for interest.


I am adding my card to these challenges:

Keep it Simple- THREE (pearls)

Virginia's View- CLEAN and SIMPLE

613 Avenue Create- ANYTHING GOES

Totally Gorjuss- SYMPATHY


Thanks so much for coming by and taking a look.

Supplies:  stamps- Rubbernecker, sentiment-Michaels/ Memento markers/ Memento bl ink/ pearls

12 comments:

  1. Hi, Karen, just stopping by to let you know that you have been named our CAS Designer of The Day for Wednesday, October 8, 2014. Your project will be featured on our FB page on Wednesday. Stop by, say hello, and grab your badge. Thanks for playing in the neighborhood.
    Hugz,
    Chana, Owner
    613 Avenue Create Challenge Blog
    http://avenue613.blogspot.com
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  2. Very clean and simple. I love it! The splatters are a nice touch. I can't splatter for a darn which is a shame because the look is fabulous.

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  3. So pretty!! love the colors

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  4. Beautiful card Karen. Love the washed out look. Those flowers are so pretty.

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  5. This is a lovely sympathy card, Karen. I love your watercolor flowers.

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  6. Gorgeous Karen!! Love this three-part stamp ... so pretty ... and even more beautiful watercolored by your hand. Loll xx

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  7. What a soft and beautiful card, Karen! I love it! You do it all! Hugs, sweet friend!

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  8. I want to retire right now so I can make cards that look as beautiful as yours! I love when I see that I have received an email showing another one of your creations. I know you sometimes list the exact ink colors that you use, but not always. I would love it if you did list them all the time. Thank you for sharing your amazing talents.

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