Wednesday, November 1, 2017

TCC's Rich Holiday Table



The inspiration photo we have this week at The Card Concept is 
GORGEOUS!
Check out that table!


I used inks from Catherine Pooler Designs to stamp the poinsettias and
the leaves, gave them a little spritz of water and then stamped them onto
 some water color paper holding it still for a few seconds to let the color 
set in. Next I painted the background with some more of Catherine's ink and added some shading details.
I love how versatile these inks are!
The sentiment and a few little splatters and this card is done!

Now it's your turn.
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seeing your card in the gallery.

Happy Stampin'
and thanks so much for visiting!


supplies:
stamps: Tis The Season (CP Designs), Snowy Sayings (CAS-ual Fridays)
ink: Rockin' Red, Grass Skirt, Tiara, Icing on the Cake and Midnight (CP Designs)
paper: 140lb cold press watercolor paper (Canson), Whisper White Thick (SU)
accessories: stitched stackable rectangles (lawn fawn), craft foam (Michaels)

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10 comments:

  1. Susan, this card is so unique! I love the painted look of the poinsettias!
    Take Care!
    Michele

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  2. What a great technique - it looks very earthy and organic. Xx

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    1. Thank you Ruth :) I'm quite pleased with how this one turned out.

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  3. It amazes me how a few tiny splatter dots enhances a card. I'm going to have to set up 360 degrees of backdrop to do it, I'm such a klutz, but I'm going to try it, and try not to paint my sewing machine, dining table, and the wall. LOL

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    1. Hey Susan - it amazes me too about the splatters and the difference a few can make to a card.

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  4. Gorgeous card Susan! Love the beautiful poinsettias and inky, artsy vibe! Thanks for the inspiration!

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