Wednesday, 31 August 2011

Inky fingers again


Good Morning all, a rather early post before work as I wanted to share this and I think I should be safe now as the card should have reached it's destination.

My good friend Sally very kindly presented me with a set of Inkilicious stamps when we met up at Stampalot last week for the blog girl classes. Sally explained the reason behind the gift was that she knew I was in need of more trees and an excuse to get inky.........as if, but thanks so much for the kind gesture. So of course I set to work and created a few cards.

This one uses just two coloures of Adirondack dye ink, sunset orange and hazelnut. A brayered sun of course, trees from the Inkilicious set, a little fence and some Art Impression sheep. I sponged some rays of sun coming down the hill, although they don't show up too well on the photograph.



And one more share of one I did a while back, again brayering and stamping poppies from Hero Arts CL449. The small piece with the Penny Black 2905H sentiment was created by laying over the main piece to line up the masks, then brayering using the same masks to carry the flow of the hill and sun.

Thanks for visiting and hope you all have a good week.



35 comments:

  1. Wowww, what a beautiful cards. Lovely colors you used.

    Hugs Astrid.
    http://creaastrid.blogspot.com/

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  2. Again wonderful cards! Really adore your work!
    Greetings,
    Charlotte

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  3. A wonderful scene card - I'm hoping to have a go at one today as I have a day off.
    Love the poppy card- I must try and case that!
    Linbyx

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  4. Fabulous cards Brenda. I am in awe of your brayering.
    Hugs, Clare x

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  5. Both cards are fab - and I really love those birds....

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  6. oh what a gorgeous gift .. and you have used the little trees fabulously.. a gorgeous little scene .. and of course the poppies are just beautiful
    Lisa x

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  7. Wow, gorgeous cards, love the scenes you've created x

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  8. Hiya. Such wonderful creations again. Pretty scene on the top one, beautifully constructed. You amaze me with every card you make, fabulous. Happy crafting. Hope you are taking care of yourself.
    Love Sandra xxx

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  9. Your scene is breathtaking, love it and the poppies too
    Anne
    x

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  10. WOW!! Lovely cards Brenda..Love the poppies, my favourite flower. Beautiful.

    Luv CHRISSYxx

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  11. Hallo Brenda, love these cards especially the poppy one, the hill and sky line on the lifted area are great. hugs heidi x

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  12. Hi Brenda
    another two WOW cards, I wish I could brayer (half) as good as you, last time I tried, the brayer (almost) got thrown through the window lol.
    hugs
    Sandra (craftynan)

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  13. Hi Brenda, these two cards are really spectacular pieces of work. Lee xx

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  14. there beautiful, and lovely colors!!!

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  15. Both are stunning!!! You do have a certain flair by making cards so unusual but strinking!!
    lotsa luv

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  16. Lindoss!!! adoro seus cartões!! =)

    Beijos,

    CaroL

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  17. Both cards are very pretty. I love the tree one the background is so pretty.

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  18. Two smashers again Brenda, love that scene, a really lovely card.
    Hugs Jacee

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  19. oh hun this is just,brilliant hun stunning scene you have here hugs cherylxxxx

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  20. Fabulous brayering Brenda - you are an expert at the technique. Love both these cards, and what a wonderful gift from Sally.
    Hugs, Sylvia xxx

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  21. Beautiful scene on your first card Brenda. And the second is one of my favourite Hero Arts stamps. Love what you've done with it here.

    Take care,

    Kat xx

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  22. Two wonderful cards Brenda the images, designs and colours look superb.
    Hugs
    Lorraine x

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  23. Fabulous cards. I love the scene on the top one. I also like the layered look on the second card.
    Nikki x

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  24. Lovely both of them - the idea of the sun rays (I can see them) is amazing & that is a nifty bit of layering not mention brayering on the second ......
    Paula (PEP)

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  25. How lovely of Sally to think of you and bring you some fab stamps.
    Great creations love the colours on the first. Love that hazelnut colour.
    Happy crafting
    Tracy x

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  26. Gorgeous cards, Brenda! One day you will have as many tree stamps as I do!!! Love the poppies too. Wonder if I will have time to get the Brayer out again before I go back...

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  27. Oh my gosh Brenda! I am having a fit over these! So beautiful! I wish I could be half as good as you are! You are truely an artist!

    www.chrissandlou.blogspot.com

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  28. The sun rays show up just fine! Love it and those little sheep are sweet.
    R/

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  29. Как всегда красивые открытки. Гармонично и ничего лишнего!

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  30. Those are both very elegant!

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  31. Gorgeous!!!! As always your cards are a joy.
    Blessings Bernie

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  32. Those are amazing cards!!!
    The sun-rays canbe seen and they really add!
    I can't say which one I like best.. I guess the first is more special, and the second one is a little bit more formal :)

    Meital

    (I don't know why I can't write a message under my account, so I left an annonymous comment..)

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