We are already half way through the latest Time Out Challenge so I am back with a reminder card. The theme for our challenge is:
CAS with an optional twist of black and white with a splash of one colour
Here is my card:
I stamped the lovely leafy vines from Hero Arts in black and topped with a sentiment from Uniko. My splash of colour is a bluey/green which I punched from a scrap of card that had been watercoloured and spritzed from a different project. I also splatted ink on the base card and added some stitching too.
Check out the great inspiration from the rest of the DT and our lovely GD, Susanne Vargas from Keep in Touch.
Have I mentioned that our challenge is sponsored by CAS-ual Fridays with a $20 gift voucher up for grabs for those who use the twist?
I hope you take Time Out to play along with us :)
Thanks for stopping by!
More funky stitching and love the spitz on the buttefly. I was wondering how you did that!ReplyDelete
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This looks gorgeous with the ink splatters and those beautiful butterflies!ReplyDelete
Love that stamp and it looks great with the butterflies and stiching! Hugs, GerrinaReplyDelete
Love the vine stamped in black.ReplyDelete
Wow, that Hero Arts stamp is so beautiful and is highlighted perfectly with the spritz of your colour. Stunning card!ReplyDelete
Love your card!ReplyDelete
Beautiful, Sarah ... the touch of colour in the spitzy butterflies, splatter and stitching is gorgeous ... yep, ust beautiful! Anita :)ReplyDelete
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