Saturday, 31 August 2013

Less Is More Week 135

Good Afternoon,

It's that time of the week again when Chrissie and Jen set us a new challenge over at Less Is More, and this week's challenge is to 'Use a Rubber Stamp' and if possible use watercolours.  They are being sponsored by Penny Black this week, so we have even more inspiration from their Design Team.

Watercolour is a real challenge for me as I don't have Stazon or a similar ink yet to use to watercolour an image.  So I have to go with the easy option of over stamping a water coloured background.



Supplies Used:
Stampin Up - Pocket Silhouettes
Stampin Up Ink - Daffodil Delight and Calypso Coral
Tim Holtz - Crushed Olive

Had a busy week at work so I am spending the rest of the day catching up on what I have missed out on in blogland.

Thanks for visiting
x

21 comments :

  1. Either way works and this card of yours ROCKS!

    Kathyk

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  2. What a great idea Gillina-just love that sunset :)
    Nessa xx

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  3. It's absolutely beautiful Gillian and perfect. x

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  4. wow i love it! fabulous inking and stamping

    Thanks for joining us
    Jen x
    "Less Is More"

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  5. Your method still works really well! Lovely colours

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  6. This is gorgeous Gillian, so striking
    Margaret x

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  7. This is such a beautiful scene, love it!!

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  8. I love the colors and the simplicity of the card! It´s Beautiful.

    Anna-Karin

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  9. Great colour combo making a really striking card.

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  10. The colour combination really lifts this card. It's beautiful!


    dormouse.wibsite. com

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  11. Fabulous. I love how you have created the impression of movement with the foliage.

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  12. Love your card! Popped in to see you from LIM. Hugs x

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  13. Finally got the time to look here... Youre background is beautiful and overstamping is something else as most will do for this challenge! Have a fun week, Gerrina

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  14. Gorgeous background and love your overstamping :)

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  15. absolutely gorgeous, Gillian!! the background is amazing!!

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  16. Hi Gilian, what a fantastic effect. Love it, love the colours and boah, it is just great!
    Hugs Claudia

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  17. Love the second generation stamping you used here - it really gives it a lot of movement.

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