Tuesday, 30 October 2012

More Inkylicious Pines

Here is another card made with my Inkylicious ink dusters, Adirondack ink and Inkylicious stamps, along with a white gel pen. The trees are both from the Northern Pines set and the grasses are from the seascape memories set. The colours of ink are....


Denim, Peach Bellini, Mountain Rose and Eggplant (hope I gave you time enough to guess the colours there!). Does anyone else find themselves describing things in ink colours? Meg and I often discuss the shades of the sky in Ink colours, but when I say things like 'Look at that Eggplant and Peach Bellini sky', or 'Those trousers are very chipped sapphire', I do wonder if I am still sane!
Thanks for looking!

17 comments:

  1. OMW!! Sally, this is breathtaking!! Fabulous work!
    xx

    Love your photos in your last post too! Fantastic!
    xx

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  2. This is just so beautiful, love how you capture the reflections x Susan x

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  3. Totally stunning Sally!! Just gorgeous - and Henry loves it too :) Off to bed for an early night and this image will stick with me in my dreams I hope. Di xx

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  4. Gorgeous card, Sally! Don't worry, if you're not sane you're not the only one. I'm sure there's a lot of us about!x

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  5. Amazing Sally - you are very clever

    Tracy xx

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  6. Beautiful card Sally,well done.xxx

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  7. What a lovely view you have created. Your inky colors are so perfect on this little treasure. This is more a piece of 'art' than a card, and I hope you have a beautiful frame, so you can place it somewhere that visitors will see it. Thanks for sharing such a wonderfully created masterpiece.

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  8. Stunning Sally, amazing reflection and such a soft colour palette.
    Val x

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  9. This looks absolutely super & I love your great big moon with his reflection & the glow of the sky. My husband will say something like 'the skie's been brayered again' as we see another amazing sunset over the Beacons.
    Paula (PEP)

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  10. I truly admire your inky scenes....and wish I could create something half as good as yours.

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  11. This is a stunner, Sally. I love the peach, a combination I wouldn't have thought off. Must try it!!
    The names of inks are great aren't they.
    Hope you are having a good week.
    Hugs Lisax

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  12. wow...stunning!! stamps and colouring is all beautiful combine.
    greetings

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  13. Beautiful, Sally - I love your scenes x

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  14. What a gorgeous, romantic scene! The reflections are just awesome!!

    love Mags B x

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  15. Oh Sally...this is absolutely stunning. What fabulous stamping and your colours are beautiful.
    Hugs Debbie x

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  16. Well, it doesn't happen often Sally but I simply cannot find appropriate words that haven't been overused by me in the past for this wonderful design. It really made me gasp it's so gorgeous. You are so expert at this type of design!

    As for speaking in ink colours ..... I think it's an unavoidable contagion for stampers, lol!

    Hugs
    Lesley Xx

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