Early birds yesterday may have had a sneak peak of todays pots as I scheduled it so I could get some me time today hopefully! However those who didn't see it before I realised heres today new post lol!
I promised yesterday that I would show you the card I made from the piece of card i used to take the excess colour cloud blending ink off my smoothies for yesterdays card well here it is! This is genuinely made form the piece I used to wipe colour off, it was just too nice and atmospheric to throw away so I worked it into this card.
These trees may be on Sue Wilson's festive shows on Hochanda today at 9am, 12pm, 4pm and 7pm so tune in if you want to see what fantastic ideas Sue has come up with to show you!
All of the shading around the bottom left half of the card was purely accidental however it really does convey the snowy Christmas sky I think.
I followed the same procedure as yesterday with the mask and the 2 colours of the blending inks and cut the parterre in the same way to make the bordered oval in the centre. This time, however, I stamped the sentiment in the indigo mist this time you can see the clear, crisp stamped image you get form this water based ink amazing!
I cut the three largest of the winter tress form Sue Wilson's die set in coconut white and shaded through the die using both smoothies, one with indigo mist one with clear day to give the impression of movement and shape in the trees. Next I took them out of the die and reinforced the shading using the same colours of each side concentrating on the clear day to give some definition.
A simple bow of navy bakers twine and a silver dazzler and the card is complete, made form waste and quick to do!
Creative Expressions Craft dies by Sue Wilson
Cosmic Shimmer colour cloud blending ink
Indigo Mist & Clear Day
That Special Touch snowflake mask