Wednesday 8 June 2016

Wednesday Words

I'm combining a couple of challenges today Inkspirational's word prompt TEXT and Less is More's colour theme PURPLE.       We'd love you to display our banner

Here's my card:

Any excuse to get out those purple inks! I started by masking off the right hand side of the card and then stamped the script repeatedly down the left hand side. Next I made a circle stencil and inked through it to create the purple splodge, then I moved it fractionally and inked with some hot pink.

On top of all this I stamped the flower head and word, using the misti tool to get good deep colours. Finally I added a wink of stella to the flower head to give it a subtle glow.

Stamps: Stamplorations, Imagine & Helenium; Inkylicious, Elements 1
Inks: Ranger distress, wilted violet, picked raspberry; Memento, grape jelly, tuxedo black.

Huge thanks for visiting my blog today, I really appreciate your time. And keep crafting!

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  1. Loving this purpliscious make


  2. What a lovely effect with the script stencil and the masked circle - fab LIM card!

  3. Pretty! Love the purple "stain" over the image!

  4. Love that background script! Terrific design. Thanks for sharing at Less is More!

  5. Oooh! Scrumptilicious!LOL! Love everything about this Jane, so eye-catching with the bold sentiment but then delicate text background and a gorgeous flower. Yummy. Thanks for sharing with us at Less is More this week. It's a petal challenge at ATCAS too if you'd like to pop it in there! ;-) Sarah

  6. I love how you coloured the flower and it looks great with the text.

  7. Love the scripty edge and the way you've highlighted the flower head. Lovely creation, Jane.
    Thanks for sharing with us.
    Anita x
    Less is More

  8. This is all gorgeous!
    Love this one Jane!
    Thanks so much
    "Less is More"

  9. Lovely collage Jane - looks great!
    Thanks so much for joining us this week
    "Less is More"


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