Wednesday, 6 September 2017

Rainbow flowers

I decided to play with my distress oxide inks but make a bit of a rainbow too. There was a challenge I found that is to case one of Beverly Brown from Unikos cards  so I thought I'd have a go. I was recently lucky enough to win some fab flower stamps from a moving along with the times challenge.

I stamped the flower images with versafine ink and embossed using clear embossing powder. I them created my rainbow using post it notes to create the crisp lines.

I decided once I'd done the rainbow to try something different. I used a water pen and tissue to oxidise and remove some of the colour from the flower. I quite like the effect it created.
I decided to make it a birthday card so added the birthday stamp from the flower set. I don't normally make single layer cards but I'm happy I tried this, this time.



I would like to enter his card into the following challenges:-

Time out challenges - case Bev's card

Kraftin Kimme - rainbow colours

Sweet stampin' - heat embossing

The daily marker - colouring challenge

simon says - use a stamp

little red wagon - show us your background









5 comments:

Virginia Lu said...

Love how you used the Distress Oxide! The images and colors are so lovely together! So glad that you join the fun over Simon Says Stamp Wednesday “Stamp It” Challenge! Awesome details and design! Super work!

Sammy said...

what a fun and colourful card! Thank you for joining us at Sweet Stampin' this week. Sammy-x

Brenda said...

The DI background is perfect for this lovely flower image. Thanks so much for playing along with us at Little Red Wagon Challenge this week!

Jill Vickers said...

I love the effect that you created by "erasing" the ink in the flowers - it really allows them to shine. Great CASE! Thanks so much for playing along with us at TIME OUT! Jill

Jenny Colacicco said...

Very cool! I love how the strips of colour glaze over each other. So pretty. Thanks so much for joining us at Time Out Challenge! Jenny x