I have another entry for a challenge today – Colour Inkspiration #24. This one, I found a real challenge but I do hope you like what I came up with.
Gorgeous colours, really but never the less a bit challenging. Want to see what I did with these colours?
Colour Inkspiration #24
So, I’ve used the Marbled Background stamp and swiped Tranquil Tide, Cherry Cobbler, Blushing Bride and Pool Party over it in that order. I love how the Cherry Cobbler and Blushing Bride sort of meld beneath the sentiment and ribbon.
I thought I’d take a close up shot so you could see the sentiment better. I’ve used the Classic Stampin’ Ink Pads and a Blender Pen to colour the image. The image is stamped in Basic Gray Archival Ink. I was after a bit of a softer look for the sentiment piece. You can obtain depth with this type of colouring by adding a bit more colour gradually as the image dries.
I’ve used an image from Birthday Blossoms for the card insert and the sentiment. These are both stamped in Blushing Bride.
I hope you like my card for Colour Inkspiration #24 and pop back again soon to see what else I have for you. Just a Christmas message tomorrow and hopefully, a video on Tuesday.
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