Just Add Ink #254

Hey Everyone

We have a colour challenge for you at Just Add Ink this week.

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This many colours normally scare me but I love how easy these earthy colours came together.  To create my background I inked up Stampin’ Up!s Hardwood stamp with Baked Brown Sugar ink. To lighten the colour, I stamped it off once on scrap paper and then finger walked it over the card stock. I then inked up Dictionary and finger walked it in random spots on the cardstock. I sponged Baked Brown Sugar around the edges to take the starkness off the white cardstock.  To finish off the background I stamped the splotches from Gorgeous Grunge.  My flowers and leaves are from Stampin’ Up!s Bloom with Hope. Here’s my card:

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We would love for you to join us. Head over to Just Add Ink and check out the gorgeous inspiration from the Design Team.

Thanks for joining us.

Cheers

Narelle

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20 thoughts on “Just Add Ink #254

    • Hi Mary! Finger walking is taking an unmounted stamp, inking it up and press (finger walk) over certain areas of the card stock. I hope that make sense! Thanks for stopping by. Cheers Narelle

  1. These colours scared me a bit too. I’m not usually a fan of Autumnal colours 😦 Your card has turned out beautifully and as Kim said has a sepia look to it. Loving the twine tucked in with your flowers and foliage. xox

    • Hi Shona! Finger walking is taking an unmounted stamp, inking it up and press (finger walk) over certain areas of the card stock. I hope that make sense! Thanks for stopping by. Cheers Narelle

  2. Wow! Absolutely beautiful. Love the colours and how the flowers really pop. Another amazing shabby card, Narelle. You are such an inspiration.

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