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OLS #2 Can you repeat that?

Dragonfly repeats Heather Telford

There is a new challenge up on One-Layer Simplicity. Pop on over and start dreaming up a new one layer design for this month. I am hosting challenge #2 and I want you to repeat yourself. You don’t need much for this challenge; you could use with one little stamp or maybe two like I did, just as long as you repeat one of them. There are more details over on OLS.

I masked my edges then stamped the dragonfly several times in blue, a few more times in green then splattered blue and green specks all over. Before removing the masks I sponged the edges to frame the scene a little more.

Supplies

Stamps:  Social ButterflyFriendship
Inks: Memento Bamboo Leaves, Bahama Blue & Versafine Deep  (Tsukineko)

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10 Comments on “OLS #2 Can you repeat that?”

  1. Doris Hubbard says:

    Love this!

    Sent from my iPad

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  2. Diana-Chuck Scott says:

    Hi,

    Thought you might like this one – I will try with butterfly and let you know if successful.

    Diana

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  3. Janice stone says:

    I love it and watching your tutorials , I will give it try soon

  4. Beautiful, stunning, gorgeous! Love it!

  5. Lindsey says:

    The depth you can create on a one-layer card always astounds me, Heather. This is beautiful.
    (And since once again I seem to have mislaid your email address… yes, we are having yet another day of snow here, too. It’s starting to feel like it may never end!)

  6. Jan Castle says:

    Lovely one layer…really looks 3-D! Great job Heather!!!
    Jan

  7. jmhave44 says:

    Beautiful spring one layer card. Love it! TFS

  8. Marianne says:

    I wanted to participate in this challenge last month, but I didn’t make it. Will have another go this month. Your card is such an inspiration. Gorgeous one-layer card!

  9. Grá O'Neill says:

    Gorgeous card, love the masked frame to the beautiful stamping and splattering 🙂

  10. karen h says:

    Gorgeous card! Love the background and generational stamping!


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