White berry collage

white berry collage

I made this one layer card weeks ago so I am no longer sure of my order of stamping. This is what I might have done:

  1. position a post-it note mask
  2. emboss winter berries in white
  3. sponge grey ink from bottom left hand corner and teal ink from top right hand corner but keep a centre strip paler to create a highlight area
  4. stamp letter background stamp in grey and lace border stamp in teal (lace stamp is probably patchy because I may have wiped some of the ink off on purpose.)
  5. stamp the word ‘smile’ and the berry branch in teal

I  vaguely remember dropping a stamp on the panel at some point which almost made me toss the card.  Sorry I can’t be more precise; I guess it really makes sense to write about the cards as soon as I make them!

I just realized that I can add this to Karen’s One Layer Wednesday challenge this week. It is a free for all so go and check it out


Stamps:  Berry Branch,  Lace Trims, Winter Berries Letter BackgroundEdge to Edge (PB)
Inks: Memento Teal Zeal, London fog & Versamark (Tsukineko)
Also:  white embossing powder

23 Comments on “White berry collage”

  1. Rob says:

    A lovely card Heather.

  2. This is gorgeous! I love the pop of the white! xx

  3. Vicki B says:

    Gorgeous! You create such great cards using this type of design!!!

  4. Jan Castle says:

    Wonderful card Heather…looks sooooo wintery!!!

  5. Paulette S says:

    Heather I will never get tired of seeing your Beautiful sponged one layer works of ART. And blue is my favorite color, so the blue ones sing to me extra loud. LOL

  6. Denise says:

    Beautiful card Heather, great design, love cols, crisp wintery vision! Hugs Denise (UK) x

  7. Shirley says:

    Gorgeous design, love it the colours and layers of stamping/inking. Thanks for sharing your tips.

  8. Joan B says:

    ha. even if you cannot remember the details, the outcome is gorgeous

  9. Sathya Kala says:

    Such a pleasure to come here and all ur works are such master pieces…In love with ur stamping techniques and OLCs….

  10. Gery says:

    Beautiful as ever Heather. You are a genious in this kind of art.
    Groetjes Gery

  11. Just gorgeous, Heather … a stunning card! Anita 🙂

  12. Darlene Gabriel says:

    Such a gorgeous card. I love your one layer card and wish I was better at creating them. I love the blues of this one.

  13. Sally H says:

    So pleased you didn’t throw it away, Heather! I love it! I will have to try that colour combo

  14. Nonni says:

    Stunning, as always. I so enjoy of your card making style.

  15. Cheryl says:

    Very pretty, Heather. I love the pops of white with your winter berries.

  16. djkardkreations says:

    This is magnificent, Heather!!

  17. Magee says:

    Magee – It’s reading about the techniques that have such an impact upon me when I turn to create my own cards and images. Thank you for sharing and being a great inspiration. 🙂

  18. Brenda in IN says:

    This is beautiful.

  19. Pamela G says:

    Thanks very much, Heather, for sharing this. The card is absolutely beautiful – cool and sophisticated – yet you make it sound as if any of us could create it. Many thanks for sharing your stylish cards and your great tips.

  20. Sally J says:

    So beautiful and calming. Love the highlighted white berry branch against the gray and teal.

  21. Ellie Knol says:

    LOVELY! I so enjoy how you use that type of foliage stamps!

  22. Lindsey says:

    So pretty. Glad I’m not the only one that goes to write about a card and has trouble reconstructing the process. 😉 I need to work harder at leaving that less-inked highlight in a sponged panel — it adds so much to the overall effect.

  23. Gabby says:

    BEAUTIFUL card, Heather. The shades of blue w/the white emb berries in the foreground look so pretty. 🙂

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