Wednesday, 29 May 2013

More Inkylicious creations

 Here are some more of the cards I made using Inkylicious stamps for create and Craft. The first is done with Adirondack inks in peach bellini, Mountain rose, Denim and eggplant and my ink dusters.

 Here is a one layer card using 'Winsdswept', crushed olive , Tea Dye and broken china distress ink. The background is created with ink dusters. I then sprayed with walnut stain to get the grainy effect.
Two more one-layer cards using spring Distress Inks, Meadowlands stamp, some sequin waste and tiny script stamp.

 And finally two cards using the Daisy fields stamp. The first is done with tumbled glass, shaded lilac and chipped sapphire Distress Ink. 
The panel on this card was brushed with peacock feather, dried marigold and black soot Distress ink. The base card was stamped with aqua Adirondack and the delicate vine. I love all of these stamps so much I have still been playing with them, despite not needing to do more samples! Again, they all work in black and also in colour. Thanks for looking and for all your lovely comments!

11 comments:

  1. Sally, all of these cards are so beautiful and little artworks by themselves. Gorgeous!

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  2. Really gorgeous scenic creations Sally and the first is my favourite I think - just stunning!
    Hugs, Fliss xx

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  3. Beautiful cards,lovely designs and colours.xxx

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  4. Beautiful cards Sally, love the first one, the colours are stunning. x Susan x

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  5. How wonderful are these cards, love all the scenes.

    Regards diane

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  6. Ah, some beautiful background. Aren't these dusters just the best tools? I feel as though I have more control with them, than with the sponges. You did a fantastic job on each one of these, each one so different. A feast for the eyes. Lovely ending to my day. Thanks for sharing.

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  7. Oh Sally your cards are so beautiful, wonderful scenes.

    Hugs
    Anke

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  8. Goodness - did you get any sleep over the last few months????? Very impressive indeed. I love how utterly different your first two cards look with the same stamp placed in the same place but with utterly different colours etc........
    Paula (PEP)

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  9. these cards looks so beautiful! very nice made with colour and stamps.
    the first card I find so pretty with the sun/moon. and than the lichtfall into the water is so good done.
    very beautiful scene.
    greetings

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  10. Sally your cards are just so beautiful...love all the colours and blending. Gorgeous.
    Hugs Debbie x

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  11. Sally these are all stunning, really beautiful xx

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