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Colour blocking

In search of inspiration recently I came upon a bright artistic card from Vicki and decided to try something similar myself.   I chose three colours and made sponged strips using post it note masks. I really like Vicki’s black line flowers and considered trying to draw my own but decided instead to use the In Full Bloom set. I then matted in black and used a coloured card base for a change.  By adding a few dots to the sentiment I made it look like it belonged in the flower set.

Thanks for the inspiration Vicki.

Supplies:

Stamps: In Full Bloom, Short & Sweet
Inks: Basic Black, Certainly Celery, Bashful Blue, Summer Sun
Cardstock: Whisper White, Certainly Celery

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8 Comments on “Colour blocking”

  1. Aww gee thanks Heather! I love knowing I inspire people!! Love your card – you did good!! 🙂

  2. Dianna says:

    I really like this! So simple, but a nice card too! Thanks for the idea – and thanks to Vicki!

  3. Lindsey says:

    This is beautiful! What a great idea echoing the dots of the flower image in the sentiment to make them coordinate more closely. I like the coloured card base, too! 🙂

  4. So fresh and clean. The floral images from In Full Bloom work perfectly for a sketchy look here. Beautiful card.

  5. Vicky says:

    This is a great idea and your take on it is beautiful. One of the things I love about your cards is your attention to detail and tying the sentiment into the stamp set with the dots is typical of that.

    Hope your clever musicians are having a good trip and I bet you miss their teasing! Vx

  6. MonicaB says:

    I love the colors. Such a simple idea, with stunning results.

  7. GinaA says:

    great choice of colours, like the detail of adding dots to link in the sentiment. thanks for sharing
    Happy Inking

  8. Perusing again and found this beautiful inspired piece off MY card — Oh that makes me so happy! 🙂


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