Monday 13 April 2015

Monday Moments

This week's challenge at Less is More is a one layer card with some splatter. Well I has a couple of DT cards that seemed to fit the bill - but no they weren't one layer! So just the excuse I needed to create an inky splattery card.
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Well admittedly a lot of the splatter is actually included on this very gorgeous stamp, but I did add a few more splatters with my go to Gorgeous Grunge.

I had such a frustrating time trying to photograph the pale yummy colours on this card - which incidently are covered with a very generous layer of Wink of Stella. Much more spectacular in real life!

Stamps: Visible Image, butterfly inkognito; SU, Gorgeous Grunge; Clearly Besotted, Say It In Style
Inks: Ranger distress, spun sugar, shaded lilac, scattered straw; Memento, tuxedo black
Embellishments: Wink of Stella, clear

One of my other splattery cards can be seen at AAA Cards now, and the other is coming up on Thursday at CAS Colours & Sketches

So pleased you stopped by my blog today, many thanks.

And keep crafting! 

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  1. I'm yet to see your Thursday card Jane but your splatterings so far are FANTASTIC.
    Love this butterfly image and the gorgeous colours you've used.
    thanks as always for playing along at Less is More
    Sarah x

  2. what a fantastic card, the picture looks great so it must be really fantastic in person!

  3. I love this stamp too Jane, the colours look lovely, super card!
    Thanks so much
    "Less is More"

  4. This is stunning Jane, I love the soft colour palette. Hugs Bev x

  5. So pretty!! Love how you created the butterfly!!

  6. Jane what a totally gorgeous colourscheme!
    Super splattering
    Thank you for joining us at LIM
    Less is More


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