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Wednesday, 29 February 2012

Brayered Rubbernecker Dandelions



Here is a super quick card today!!  

1~ Brayer  Memento Cantaloupe ink two thirds of the way up, starting from the bottom.

2~Brayer Memento Tangelo  ink starting from the bottom, leaving some Cantaloupe visible.

3~Brayer  Memento Angel Pink ink starting from the top, blending the edge of the Cantaloupe ink.

4~Brayer Memento Rose Bud ink starting from the top, leaving some Angel Pink visible.

5~Stamp Rubbernecker's Dandelion Garden Border SKU: 540-02   with Rangers Black Soot Distress Ink and emboss with clear embossing power.

6~ Stamp one of the butterflies twice from Rubbernecker's Butterfly Inchies Sku:427 on some scrap paper that has been brayered with some Rose Bud ink and cut them out.  

7~ Add some rhinestones to the Dandelions and some pearls to the butterflies.

I mounted the image on black card stock and them on a piece of card stock that has been Dry embossed with Tim Holtz Swirls Sizzix Embossing Folder.

 Thanks for stopping by and have a most fabulous day!!

Ellen

Butterfly Inchies
Butterfly Inchies
SKU:427

Dandelion Garden Border
Dandelion Garden Border
SKU:540-02
Dimensions:5 x 3.5

6 comments:

  1. My gosh you are simply an artist! Again, another breathtaking card. Your brayering and colors are just beautiful and perfect. That dandelion garden border stamp is one I now "need". LOL Gorgeous work here! Best, Curt

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  2. Gorgeous card Ellen ! I love it & the colours of the background! Thanks for the detailed explanation of what you did. The images are awesome !

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  3. gorgeous card and stamp ellen.

    greetings karin

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  4. Ellen, this is such a beautiful card. I'm wondering how exactly I missed these beautiful RN images.

    Nicely done!

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  5. Oy, your brayering technique is perfect, dear El! Love this creation as I do all of your mah-vel-ous artwork!

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  6. Just spectacular! Your brayered sky is awesome and makes your dandelions jump right out there. Love it bunches!

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