Monday 7 April 2014

Playing with my inks after ages


I am back after a short sabbatical ( Read over 6 months) post my marriage.. Life has changed.. For the better of course and am just having fun.. Travel Travel and more travel... I will post some pics of my holidays in another post...

I am just playing around with my distress inks and trying to make myself more comfortable using them...Made a very quickie card so just thought of waking up my sleeping blog and posting it here... :D

The distressed panel


Love my new distress ink colors.. Just so vibrant and full of life.. This was a very easy peasy card put together... I masked the top and bottom panels using torn sheets of paper and distressed the centre.. Used my BG stamp and voila I am done.. Quick and simple... !!

Supplies Used:-
Card stock=> Fabriano Elle Erre and Brustro water color paper
Distress Inks=> Picked raspberry, Peacock feather and mustard seed
Memento Rich cocoa and Black Archival Ink
Stamps=> Antique back ground stamp, HA Antique engravings stamp set and MFT pearls of wisdom
Staedler water color pencils and black gel pen

Entering this for the following challenges:-
CYP=> No Designer paper
Cas on Sunday=> Stitching real or faux

That's it from me.. I hope I can get back to you soon with something else!!



Hussena said...

Its beautiful work and so vibrant just like you :) ..So good to see you posting on your blog again ..Have missed your creative presence in blogland:)

Angel said...

Happy to see you again with alovely butterfly Kush..welcome back

Sindhu said...

Hey Khush! SO glad to see your post on my blogger dashboard after SO many days! :)

Lovely card! So bright and Hussena said, just like you!

cass said...

Gorgeous card, thanks for joining us at Brown Sugar this week

Dr Sonia S V said...

Good to have you back...superb stamping Khush

Helena (Gvendalen) said...

So pretty card, thanks for joining us at Craft Your Passion. Helena x

Lynn (aka Lynnpenguin) said...

What a lovely bright creation Khush. I love it and the sentiment too. Just lovely to give or receive.

Thanks for playing along with us this week at Craft Your Passion. Good luck.

Lynn, CYP DT

Bonnie Irvine said...

Beautiful use of the Distress inks! The colours look lovely together and your blending of them is very well done. I love the swath of colour with those fabulous uneven edges contrasting with the white.Great design. Thanks for joining our No Designer Paper challenge at Craft Your Passion this week. I hope we see you again soon.