We have another
ONE LAYER CARD
challenge for you this week!
The proviso for your cards this week is to have evidence of
There are several ways of doing this, using emboss resist, re-stamping without re-inking or simply stamping the same image in a lighter shade.
Let's see what you can come up with!
For this card, I masked a vertical section using Post it notes and then inked the background with sponge daubers, using Antique Linen and Old Paper Distress inks.
Each Inkadinkado image was stamped in SU Early Espresso ink and then stamped a second time without re-inking the stamp. The sentiment is from Lili of the Valley.
I made two cards for this week's challenge before I remembered that it is One Layer Week! I'm sure they'll come in handy for something!
First card uses Card-Io tapestry stamps to make a floral wreath, the twigs, flowers and leaves are all stamped several times without re-inking. Some of the flower centres have Stickles added. I haven't added a sentiment to this card, though it's meant to be an Easter wreath, I felt it was looking quite busy enough.
I've kept my card simple for this week and used clear stamps from Clearly Besotted's April release for my card. This set is Pretty Petals Plus and I first stamped in Hero Arts Unicorn ink and then used different colours of Hero Arts shadow inks to add some colour. The Sentiment is from Waltzing Mouse.
I'm off work this week so finally will have time to catch up on live after a hectic few months.
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Oooh, not tried this technique before but your samples look fab, will deffo have a play later :) xxReplyDelete
Gorgeous examples from the DT. Thank you for the challengeReplyDelete
Great technique, never tried this one before! Love your cards ladies, Jo xReplyDelete
Lovely inspiration from the DT - I love the one-layer look. Off to work something out. xReplyDelete
Beautiful Dt makes xReplyDelete
Bit more of a challenge this week girls! Lovely inspiration xReplyDelete
Thanks for a great challenge and stunning DT inspiration...ReplyDelete
hugs and xxx
Wonderful inspiration from the DT - thanks for sharing! Tried this technique for the first time ... hope you like the result!ReplyDelete
Another fab challenge .... thanks for the stunning inspiration ladies. xxReplyDelete