Thought I'd show you the other fairy dust card I made over the weekend. It was lovely making these. If you'd like to see the blue one, scroll down to yesterday's post.
Again, a lot of Distress Inks for the background, mostly blended, but you can see a few brush strokes around the gateway and steps where I added some depth with a water brush. The gateway and moon are masked off.
I'm particularly loving the white swirls- my beloved Baroque Motifs set from Stampin' Up and Brilliance Moonlight white. Plus, when do I ever make a card without adding some white pen to it to make things pop?
I took these into work and sold the blue one straight away, yippee.
I had different crafty plans this weekend, but after seeing a post by a mate on Facebook, I was kinda inspired to get my Lavinia stamps out......
The background is Tumbled Glass, Salty Ocean and Chipped Sapphire Distress Inks. That Salty ocean is fast becoming a favourite. The images are all in Versafine- onyx black and deep lagoon. I got the glamour dust out to give the sparkle, but oh my word it went EVERYwhere......
Oh these stamps give such a crisp image, they're wonderful.
Wow, what an amazing response to the very first A Little Bit Crafty challenge. I know Paula and the rest of the DT were overwhelmed with the number of entries!!!
This month the challenge is Kraft. The sponsors are amazing!!!!
I'm going for a bit of Alice in Wonderland action on this one- Tweedledee and dum are Stampotique (betcha could've guessed that right? OK, so I'm obsessed......)
Quote from the twosome themselves.
The fab Sarah Hurley backing papers fit in great with the Scrabble tiles. I've overstamped with Stampotique splodges and a little paperclip stamp I've had forever.
Dum and Dee are coloured with watercolour pencils. I always seem to reach for my pencils nowadays- can't remember the last time I use a Promarker- I should wipe the dust off the box and put them to use again.
So, you've got a month to come up with a Krafty creation, then come over to the challenge blog and show us!