Monday 11 March 2019

Monday Moment

Hi! Today I'm sharing a card using the ghosting technique. It.'s going into the challenge at CAS Stencil.

Here's my card:

This is such an easy way to get a subtle and pretty effect and more from your stencils. you simply cover the card with blended ink colours, lay a stencil over and use a wet baby wipe to lift the colour. I have tried this technique before by dabbing on bleach - very smelly and not at all nice. A baby wipe is much better and actually gives a far nicer result too.

I matted the panel onto black and then a white base card and added a popped up greeting and a trio of clear droplets. these clear droplets are currently my favourite finishing touch, love how they pick up the colour of whatever they're stuck to.

Stamps: Uniko, Simply Said Blocks II
Inks: Versafine Clair, nocturne; Ranger distress oxide, wilted violet, picked raspberry, twisted citron
Stencil: ARTplorations, Happy Flower
Embellishments: Pretty Pink Posh, clear droplets

Thanks so much for dropping by today, it's been wonderful to have you visit.

And keep crafting!

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  1. Lovely technique. How simple and yet how beautiful an effect. Thank you for sharing.

  2. Gorgeous card Jane. Beautiful mix of blended colours and wonderful ghosted image with this fantastic flower stencil. Thanks for sharing with us at CAS Stencil!

  3. Beautiful background and stamp love the technique I tried once with bleach and I agree once was more than enough not yet tried with baby wipes though.
    Carol x

  4. This looks gorgeous .... I do lov e that stencil. Thank you for playing along with the CAS Stencil challenge xx

  5. I love how you mixed your colors on your background Jane - what a beautiful ghosting of your lovely flower stencil you achieved - this looks so wonderfully spring! thanks for sharing with us at CAS Stencil! xx


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