31.01.2013

Embracing the Space!

I am getting so much inspiration from the Clean and Simple Card making 2 classes.  We’re onto day 4 now and today is all about embracing the negative space on your cards.  Personally I am a big lover of lots of white space and a lot of my cards do tend to lean towards the “less is more” spectrum anyway – so this class was right up my alley!!  I think I have actually managed to combine Day 2 (one layer card) with Day 4 on this card so I’m feeling rather smug that I’ve managed to catch up!!

{Get Well Soon}
Stamps: Delicate Blossoms (Hero Arts), Thanks a Bunch (Clearly Besotted)
Ink: Brilliance (Twilight)
Card: Neenah Solar White
Other: Quickie glue pen and prisma glitter

I used an inkpad that literally hasn’t seen the light of day in about 3 years!  My Brilliance Twilight pad has been shoved in a drawer for so long but when I opened it today it was just as juicy as when I first used it!  I stamped the narrower of the two designs from Hero Arts Delicate Blossoms with a graduated effect and then used a water brush to water-colour using the same ink.  You can’t see it in the photo but the image is super shimmery!  The sentiment is from the Thanks a Bunch stamp set from Clearly Besotted.

Right – I’m off to tackle a technique from the Day 3 class – gradient stamping!  Back soon!

Caryn xxx

Comments

  1. This is a gorgeous cad. I love its elegance.

  2. The subtle gradiance in your soft color choice is simple lovely, beautiful card.

  3. Really soft And pretty!

  4. A simply sweet and elegant card…fantastic!

  5. Your card is absolutely beautiful. Love the watercolor effect. It really looks like a watercolor print.

  6. Indeed you are smart to make the combination in such an exquisite card, Caryn!!

  7. Caryn, first thank you for leaving me a sweet comment on my blog! and I love how you used this stamps set…Stephanie has made some beautiful stamps, I love her Clearly Besotted line and I love every single one of the cards she makes…when I grow up (ha ha!) I want to be just like her! And it looks like you are taking after her! Beautiful white space, and beautiful card!