Wednesday, 10 September 2014

A touch of sunshine

I literally had about 10 minutes craft play the other day (if you don't include drying time) and rustled this up:
I used:

- a snippet of SU's 'Daffodil Delight' card stock to make the small card blank (it's about 3.75" square)

- black backing card, die cut using a Spellbinders square die

- a snippet of water colour card, sprinkled with little touches of lemon, yellow and orange Brushos, then lightly misted with water and left to dry

- a cone flower stamp which came free with Craft Stamper magazine, stamped using Memento 'Tuxedo Black' ink pad - then I die cut the whole Brusho'd square, again using a Spellbinders square die

- three black round glossy Josy Rose nail heads

Job done :)

Di
x

18 comments:

  1. Aren't those Brushos just fabulous? LOVE this! Great contrast with that black daisy!

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  2. Splendid! Just splendid. Love what you are doing with those Brushos, and I've been trying to find them in the USA. Most places I've been able to get a hit, will show out of stock. These made a fab background for your dramatic flower. A beautiful card, Miss! TFS & Hugs

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  3. Gorgeous!!! Love the background on this beautiful card.
    Lynn

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  4. Lovely inky background, and great use of the stamp well done on ten minute card not sure have done one of them in loooong time, Di! Shaz in oz.x

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  5. Fabulous background Di and love the silhouette flower it really pops out..

    Anne

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  6. Very sweet. Your teensy car is so pretty!

    I love the Tuesday Teensy on Jules blog too.

    I hope she has started a trend as I love them and want to try them too! lol

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  7. Love the colours on this one Di.
    Hugs,
    Annie x

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  8. Woo Hoo - you certainly made the most of those ten minutes too, with this fabulous card!

    Happy Wednesday

    Kathyk

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  9. A great little card Di, wish I could do that in 10 mins!

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  10. Oh now . . . look at this beauty. Aren't Brusho paints just FANTASTIC for quick and easy backgrounds. Then the dramatic black stamp on top . . . really love this one Di.

    Hugs, Sarn xxx

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  11. Brilliant 10 minute card! I finally bought brushos on Monday - just waiting for them to arrive now.

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  12. That's such a pretty background, and I love the cone flower silhouette! NJ

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  13. Hi Di,
    beautiful card.
    Love the fab Brusho paint effect background, and the black stamped image.
    Now I am going to look at these paints if I can find them as I have seen yours and Sarn"s beautiful creations, and have never heard of them.
    So I feel I'm lagging behind somewhat.
    Lots of crafty love. Jenny L.

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  14. Di your card is gorgeous the backing is fantastic x

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  15. I don't know what Brushos are but I sure do love your background Di! It is so pretty and great colors. I love your silhouette flower, so pretty against that lovely background. Hugs, Brenda

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  16. Wow that's a quick card, and so effective with the black silhouette stamp
    Hugs Debs x

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  17. This is a wonderful card, really pretty and striking with the pops of black x

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  18. Super little card, Di. I love the combination of colours - they work really well with the black stamping. Happy Birthday for tomorrow - hope you have a wonderful day :) Hugs, Elizabeth xx

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