Saturday, 10 December 2016

The Flower Challenge Reminder



 Morning.

We are half way through December and it's time for another card for The Flower Challenge.
This month our challenge is to use an older stamp, stencil or die.


 I am using my older stamp from Unity again today to create this anniversary card.
I began by creating the background using the Embossing Folder Inking Technique.  I rubbed Distress inks over the front part of my embossing folder, sprayed with water and pressed my paper onto the folder.  It is a great way to get more mileage from something you already have in your stash too!

I placed the flower stamp from Unity inside my Misti and stamped with black Memento ink then stamped the sentiment from Rubber Stampede and done.



Please come and play along with us!!


 Adding my card to these challenges:

Brown Sugar- ANYTHING GOES

Crafting With Friends- ANYTHING GOES

Creative Artiste- ANYTHING GOES MIXED MEDIA

Simply Papercraft- ANYTHING GOES



Supplies:  stamps- Unity, Rubber Stampede/ inks- Memento, Distress/ embossing folder/ mini mister/ MISTI

15 comments:

  1. LURVE the colouring here, a really beautiful card,.
    Faith
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  2. That technique comes out so perfectly for you, Karen. Mine usually looks sloppy. It made a beautiful background for the silhouetted flowers.

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  3. Oh my goodness...this card is fantastic! Love all of the muted colors!

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  4. Oh Karen I think this must be my favourite of all the cards you have made mf. That amazing watercolour background is so amazing and is perfect with that jet black sentiment.Swooning here lol ;)hugs Viv xx

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  5. A beautiful anniversary card and I love the background for the silhouette flowers and sentiment. Great colors.

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  6. Your inked eb folder background turned out beautifully, Karen. I love your color choices. Your silhouette flower stamping and sentiment were perfect choices too. TFS my friend. Hugs, Nancy

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  7. Gorgeous card - I love the background, I have not used an embossing folder in this way - I must try it, thank you! xxx

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  8. Gorgeous! I love how it looks like tiny puddles inside those hexes! What a beautiful backdrop for your silhouette stamp! Love it and another technique I must try.

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  9. Your background is gorgeous, Karen! I've never come up with anything this beautiful using this technique! Need lots more practice I guess. The simple flowers and sentiment are so striking and make a very classy card!

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  10. Beautiful, I knew you would do a brilliant job. Nice colour combo here to. Embossing folder and distress inks - another technique to try. Wow just had a thought, haven't even looked at my embossing folders for Christmas cards, so have to check them out.

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  11. Love your stamped embossing folder background! Great choice of colours. It makes the perfect background for a silhouette stamp.

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  12. OoH! love that honeycombed background. I haven't done the inked embossing folder trick in a long time. This is just awesome in so many ways.

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  13. A beautiful card, I love the colours and the image! Unfortunately it is not eligible to win with our mixed media definition but thank you for entering at Creative Artiste this month, Jane (DT) :) x

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  14. Hi Lovely card,i should really use some of my oder stamps!! Thanks for joining us at Crafting with Friends, Louise DT x

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