Just Add Ink #262

Hey Everyone

This weeks challenge at Just Add Ink is a colour challenge.  Take a look at these great colours:

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I came up with something different than I normally do – I created a scene with a Stampin’ Up! stamp set that is new to me – Moon Lake.  To get the reflection of the boat in the water I stamped the boat image onto a window sheet and then pressed it down onto the cardstock. I created the water by sponging Pool Party ink onto the cardstock and the sky by dulling down the Pool Party ink on a piece of scrap first.  To get a bit of a sunset glow I sponged Calypso Coral lightly on the cardstock. I then used my blender pen to colour the tree and boat.  I used my white gel pen to draw in the little waves.  I love this sentiment from Butterfly Basics – I think it really finished off my card.

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I love how the design team have created very different cards to inspire you.  Head over to Just Add Ink and check them out.

Thanks for stopping by.

Cheers

Narelle

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12 thoughts on “Just Add Ink #262

  1. Looks beautiful, I’m not sure how you come up with your ideas but wish I could. I’m pretty sure if I tried the stamped reflection it would not look as good as that.wow!!!

  2. Hi Narelle – well who would have thought you could use these colours for a Male card? Awesome reflection and wonderful colouring – you are so talented. Chantell x x

  3. Oh my goodness you aced a one layer card beautifully Narelle – I love the image you created. How good did the reflection turn out!! Love your soft colouring and the simple button and twine topping. HB2U Hugs 🙂 xxx

  4. I’ve already told you how stunning I think this is. Absolutely gorgeous. I have never tried to stamp a reflection, but when I do I’m coming to you for tips. xox

  5. Wow, such a clean & beautiful card, Narelle. Love the soft & serene scene you’ve created with the reflection & soft colours & the sentiment style is perfect too. Love!
    Di 🙂

  6. Such a stunning card Narelle! I love the reflection technique (something I’m yet to master) and the beautiful scene created! The soft and subtle colouring of your scene is perfect! Love it!

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