Namaste


Happy Sunday! 

I am back today with a card creation for the Can You Case It challenge! 
This week we have a sketch for you!

I created the colourful panel using my Ken Oliver Colorbursts on watercolour paper - I LOVE those shades of green!
Want the rest of the details?

Stamp/Die set: (Simon Says Stamp) Explore Nature 
Ink: Black Archival, Versamark
Paper: Hero Arts Vellum, (SU) Early Espresso cardstock
White embossing powder, clear embossing powder,  candy dots


Use our sketch for inspiration, and join our challenge! You have all week to play along ! 


Thanks for stopping by! 

Love, Peace n' Ink 
Amber 






Comments

  1. I have not attempted something like this and do not even know where to begin. Do you have instructions or a tutorial on how to make the green splatter effect? I'd love to learn this technique. Thanks.

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    1. Hi Kathleen! Thanks so much for stopping in!
      The green "splatter" panel I created for this card was made using a product called "Colorbursts". You can find more info about the product itself here:http://www.kensworldinprogress.com
      Ken has some wonderful tutorials on all the different ways you can use the colorbursts.
      For this specific card, I slightly moistened my watercolour paper, and added small amts of Chartreuse, Tourquiose, and Lime Green. I carefully blotted up excess water, but added as necessary to achieve the shades I liked. They react SO beautifully with the water - :) The beauty of it is there are NO mistakes - they simply combine to make beautiful, colorful backgrounds and I try to save every scrap of paper - you never know when you might need it ;).
      Good luck with beginning to play with these Colorbursts - you will be hooked!
      Amber

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  2. Fabulous!! Love your color burst background... and the tree theme throughout the card is perfection!!

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  3. This is fabulous Amber, love the colour and wonderful design. I am a new follower!
    Hugs
    Linda xxx

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    1. Thank you, Linda! And thank you for stopping by!! x

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  4. Hi this is a stunning card I love how you have interpreted the sketch. Take care. Hugs Jackie

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