Wednesday, 9 November 2011

Yet more inky fingers



Good Morning Peeps, just having a coffee break so thought I would do a quick post with a couple of shares and some inky fun.

It's pretty miserable weather here in the Fens still, typical November and getting decent photos is almost impossible as that glimmer of sunshine never arrives so these piccies are not as I would like, but I know we are all having the same problems.

For the one above I sponged Adirondack dye inks sunshine yellow and watermelon and TH distress ink broken china and spritzed with Glimmer Mist pearl, then lifted some of the ink to create a watery sun and stamped over that with a Clarity stamp using Adrondack pebble to give a soft feel. Next I stamped some grasses in black from the Andy Skinner Winter Tale sheet and then Penny Black 3381K Aspire using versamark and detail gold embossing powder. I cut the finished piece into six and mounted onto gold mirri card.


The above card is one I did at my Stampalot demo last week and very similar to one I shared a couple of weeks ago, but this time using Art Impression trees and Hobby Art cows. The background is brayered with Adirondack shy blue, denim, lettuce and meadow. The poem is computer generated an the fence hand drawn with a fine nib black pen.

33 comments:

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  2. Your cards are stunning and I love that verse :o)
    Jackie xx

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  3. Wow Brenda !!!Your work in just awesome...loved the way u created the scenery

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  4. I like how you made first card - will try to do the same way...

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  5. Two beautiful cards Brenda....your scene card is fabulous...

    Anne

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  6. Two wonderful cards. Love the background colours on the first one. Have a great day. Hugs Anesha

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  7. Gorgeous cards. I love the first one. The mosaic effect is lovely.
    Nikki x

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  8. It's grey here in Surrey too, but dry luckily. Gorgeous cards as always, love the autumnal colours. I love autumn...(dry ones!)

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  9. gorgeous cards.. i love them both !!such fab techniques, thanks for sharing!!

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  10. Both beautiful but I love the TOP one ;0) it's wonderful Dawn xx

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  11. Brenda what super beautiful these cards.Love them both. Also the beautiful sentiment on the second.
    Lovely greet
    Marja

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  12. wow beautiful...love the coloring..

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  13. Love the differents shades in the background on the first card, and love the trees in the second one, beautiful colors!!!!
    Paula

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  14. Gorgeous cards, it's wonderful how you can achieve so many results with very similar techniques. XOXO Zoe

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  15. oh its been dark and miserable here Brenda... never seems to get light!
    your cards are beautiful as always.. i love that top one.. the colours are so pretty
    Lisa x

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  16. Absolutely gorgeous Brenda, I love the tiled look, and your inking for the BG is wonderful.
    Smiles:)

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  17. Two fabulous scenes you have created Brenda and I am really liking this card size you are using. Must give it a try.

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  18. Those cards are wonderful, especially love the first card, those colors are great! Hugs, Hanneke

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  19. The Queen of brayering Brenda. These cards are really stunning. Lee xx

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  20. awesome cards Brenda, I love the inking and window look of the first, and I do love how you make the scenes on your cards, look so realistic!!!

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  21. Gorgeous cards Brenda, love the patchwork style of the first card and its pretty sunset colours. hugs heidi x

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  22. Love, love your work. beautiful. thank you for sharing with us.

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  23. The combination of black & gold floral/grass stamping gives a lovely interesting effect in the first & I like your tiled layout. In the second it's the colour of your trees that catches my eye & the perspective of your fence plus the little grassy hillocks.
    Paula (PEP)

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  24. Beautiful cards. The colours on the first one are superb.

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  25. Both truley stunning cards Luv Sue x

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  26. Gorgeous projects both of them Brenda, I love how you do all these stamping techniques!! Hugs ,Frea

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  27. Two gorgeous cards. I really love the inking & stamping on the first one, and the scene is very pretty on the second. x

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  28. Two gorgeous cards. I really love the inking & stamping.The combination of black & gold floral/grass stamping gives a lovely interesting effect in the first.
    plastic cards
    plastic card printing

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  29. gorgeous!!!! I especially LOVE the first card, the colours are just LUSH!!!! Hugs Juls

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  30. I’ve recently started a web site, the info you offer on this web site has helped me greatly. Thank you for all of your time & work. “The murals in restaurants are on par with the food in museums.” by Peter De Vries.

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  31. Brenda is super beautiful cards. love them both. Also the beautiful sentiments in the second. Beautiful greeting card.

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  32. Wow!! Wonderful greeting cards,its beautiful and delightful!. I like both card. I try to make it. Thanks for share with us.

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