Apologies for the lack of cards over the weekend, I had a trip down to Glasgow for the Hobbycrafts Craft Fayre. Wow that place was busy, and my fellow crafters can be brutal. It was worse than the January sales for all the pushing and shoving! However I was a very good girl and only spent my allocated budget for the day.
Anyway back onto my card for today,
Tim Holtz Distress Ink
Stampin Up sentiment and image
Wow embossing powder
Less Is More
Pixies Crafty Snippets Week 44
I think on hindsight, I would have used white embossing powder for the image and sentiment, but as they say 'you live and learn'.
Thanks for visiting
I'm glad you explained what your 3 sub-divisions of the panel were Gillian... Great colours and lovely stamps.ReplyDelete
Thanks so much
Less is More
Oh dear, you sound quite battered Gillian! Love your graduated inky strip and I rather like the image and sentiment in black! Vicky xReplyDelete
I like your idea for splitting the strip, the graduated colours are lovely. I think it would work either way in black or white. Oh me sounds like it was a crush! xReplyDelete
A beautiful card. Well done for sticking to your budget!ReplyDelete
Love the graduated colour Gillian, a great take on the sketch:)ReplyDelete
Love the graduated colour Gillia a beautiful card and well done for sticking to your budget I fail spectacularly at thatReplyDelete
Smashing card and colours - which DI's did you use?ReplyDelete
Hi Kathy, thanks for the nice comments, the colours from bottom up are Seedless Preserves, Dusty Concord and Shaded LilacDelete
I love your choice of colours. You should make another with white embossing to get it out of your system. (I speak from experience)ReplyDelete
This is the first time in years that I have missed the SECC. Having withdrawal symptoms!!
Beautiful!! Gorgeous Ink Blending! Thanks for sharing your KRAFTY creation with us @ CASual Fridays!ReplyDelete
Brilliant Gilly - and I spotted the three sub divisions before I even registered it was for LIM :) Beautiful shades there. Di xxReplyDelete
gorgeous colors! Love how you inked your three subdivisions. Beautiful! ann y.ReplyDelete
Great take on thehallenge ... Fab colours
Hugs Sylvie x
Great take on the Challenge... Love the colour....
Gillian - your blending is wonderful, and the image and sentiment look great! Thank you so much for getting your kraft on with us at CAS-ual Fridays!ReplyDelete
Beautiful card Gillian, love the colours.ReplyDelete
I'm off to the Show at the NEC on Thursday next week - can't wait. Hope it's not too busy though. xx
VERY pretty indeed. xxxReplyDelete