Monday, 30 December 2013

Garden Flowers Sketch Thank You card

My first bit of crafting for well over a week and, looking at the list of cards needed, this Thank You card was right at the top:
I used:

- 5" x 5" square white card blank

- the image was stamped using a favourite Hero Arts stamp called 'Garden Flowers Sketch' and coloured using Polychromos pencils, Sansodor blending solvent and Derwent paper stumps

- sentiment stamp is an Anita's one made by Docrafts, no name though - plus just a little bit of colouring on the flower

- layered onto a snippet of SU's 'Certainly Celery'


Di
x

18 comments:

  1. just wunnerful Di.... was given some pencils (132 a huge set) very spoilt so need to follow your steps...really love colours, hugs, Shaz.xx

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  2. Oh this is so sweet, Di--love it! I have that stamp & haven't pulled it out in ages. Thanks for the inspiration!

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  3. What a gorgeous image and I love your pencil work! xx

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  4. Looks pretty! Sure is the time of year for thank you cards too.

    I like the look of the pencil crayons blended with the solvent...such a soft, pretty look.

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  5. Lovely - I think using the solvent helps immensely with the colours

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  6. So pretty Di, bringing a hope of spring.
    Jean x

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  7. So pretty and gorgeous Di, I love the simple design.
    luv
    irene
    xxxx

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  8. Beautiful card, Di. Love the little flowers but your colouring method sounds incredibly complex and I have no idea what Sansador blending solvent is!!! However, the result is lovely. The greeting is fab too. Hugs, Elizabeth xx

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  9. Such a beautiful stamp which you have coloured perfectly! It reminds me that spring is not too distant, at least I hope it isn't xx

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  10. Really lovely card Di, I think I have this image somewhere.
    Not made a card myself since well before Christmas, can't get into it, I have tried but just binned everything.

    Kath x

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  11. Absolutely gorgeous! What a simply beautiful card. I can see why you love that stamp. Did you know that a versamark pen blends as well as the sansador and paper stump? Handy for taking on holiday, lol!

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  12. This is so pretty Di. I really must get my pencils out and I love Sally's tip about the Versamark pen x

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  13. Ooooo! Very pwetty Miss.
    Hugs
    xx

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  14. I like it a lot! I like that it is not Christmasy or wintery but that it is bright and springy! I mean I know it's a lie and my toes will freeze off if I go outside but I can look at your card delude myself that it isn't so.

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  15. What a sweet stamp and colored so beautifully! Simple and perfect!

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