Sunday, 31 January 2016

Layered Daisy with Inky Background

Last project of the weekend from the wonderfully talented Sylvia. I hope you have enjoyed the weekend. I am really grateful for all the hard work from the DT in what has been a hard week for us here at Oak House. Please keep liking, sharing and commenting it really helps small businesses like me x

Hello Sylvia here with a card using the One Stamp double daisy stamped onto a very vibrant inky background.  The card was photographed standing on the remaining sprayed background

The inky background was created by spraying Colour Chemistry inks randomly onto a pearlised pattern paper.  When completely dry I cut out my three squares, stacked them on top of each other and stamped and embossed the large outline daisy.  Each square was then mounted onto black card and layered with sticky fixers.

Materials used
Oak House Studio black pigment ink pad.
White and black card and a dots border cutting die

The left hand border was diet cut and backed with a strip of  the inky background paper,  a sentiment was stamped at the bottom of the card and the inky daisy attached.  This is another quick CAS card with the benefits of getting inky making the background.

Hope you have all enjoyed the weekend and crafting along with the One Stamp Weekend .   Don't forget to leave a comment on any or all the posts throughout the weekend for the chance to win a prize.


Lynne Vowles said...

Another bright & cheerful card love the 3D effect.

Helen Sidwick said...

Wonderful. I wouldn't have thought to stamp over 3 pieces of paper and then put black behind them, it is very effective. Definitely going to try this x

Lee Stephenson said...

lovely colourful design

Doreen Sympson said...

Sylvia another beautiful card with fabulous colours ... love your projects x

Rebecca said...

Very creative, love this project!

Diane said...

Such an effective look, very clever !

Jackie Weatherstone said...

Clever and inventive idea and the only backgrounds are gorgeous.