Sunday, May 16, 2010

Just Add Ink #17

This week is a Fabulous challenge from the Just Add Ink team. The ladies from the team are having a Technique Blog Hop check it out HERE. How it works is that you make a creation using one the techniques. I have created a card using masking, I have NEVER masked before, I'm happy how it turned out and we be doing more masking in the future. Danielle Daws has the masking technique on her blog HERE




Here is a close up of the flowers, I used 2 flowers for my masking.


Card Recipe:
SU Cardstock: Kiwi Kiss, Sahara Sand, Basic Grey
SU Stamps: Fifth Avenue Floral and short and sweet.
SU Inks: Basic Grey and Kiwi Kiss
SU Other: Top Note Die, Big Shot, Post it Notes, White Uniball Pen, Scallop Punch, Hodgepodge hardware, Basic Grey Taffeta Ribbon and Urban Oasis DSP.

Thank you for Looking
Rach

11 comments:

Lynn said...

Yummy...I love the kiwi kiss on the sand paper. Beautiful card...I just borrowed this set from my SU demonstrator and am looking forward to using it. Thanks for the inspiration!

Debi said...

This just looks so pretty, I love the colours I love the masking. I love it! Understated and elegant- x

Helen Williams said...

Very beautiful.

Andrea L - EnchantINK said...

What a great choice of stamp for the masking technique you used on this card! Love the colours! Hugs xxAxx

Bronwyn Eastley said...

This is such a beautiful card to highlight a great technique. I love the centres of your flowers.

Christine Blain said...

This is gorgeous, Rach! I love your colour choices; never would've thought to use Sahara Sand and Basic Gray with Kiwi Kiss, but it looks sooooo good! Fantastic first time masking; we wouldn't have known if you didn't mention it, y'know. Love the flower centres.

Nicole said...

Beautiful. I like the detail you've added to the flowers with the pen

Paula Fuller said...

Mmmm...LOVE the centres of your flowers. They almost look pearly in the photo.

Liam said...

This is just beautiful.

Liam

Amanda said...

This is AMAZING! What a great effect, love the colour choice too. Simple and oh-so effective.

Danielle Daws said...

This is so pretty! I love your design and the detail you've added with the pen is lovely. Thanks for playing!