I've just made this card for my friend's daughter's birthday. I used Inkylicious daisy fields and delicate vines stamps and my ink dusters. The inks were cherry pink and lemon yellow Impress inks, Slate Adirondack and on the base card Big and Juicy soothing sunset. I used a fine pen to put the dots round the ink dusted panel, and a few dots of glitter glue. I am entering this in the Allsorts challenge this week where the theme is 'In the Garden'.
I had a lovely trip to Doncaster with Lynne on Sunday where we did some shopping and I also did a bit of demoing on the Inkylicious stall (Thanks for letting me play Deby!) Thanks to all those people who popped by and for all your lovely comments. I really enjoyed it and it helped to curb my spending, lol! As a result I have put a new page on my blog with tips for Ink dusters on it. Currently there is just some info about inks, but I will add to it some more in the summer.
Meg didn't come with us to Doncaster on Sunday as she was busy...
She graded to brown belt! I am aiming to do the same in September. There are three Sensei that have helped us on our journey, and two of them were there to see Meg grade. Sensei Alex is stood just behind Meg on the first photo and Sensei Xavier is in the second photo. The Giant in the third photo is our Area Sensei - Sensei Karl, who describes himself as a 6 foot 6, 18 stone skinhead -tongue in cheek but just a teeny bit scary! Meg reckons I should have my photo taken with him too, but as I am less than 5 foot tall, he may have to kneel, lol! Meg was highly praised by Sensei Karl, which is a real honour. I am so proud of her!
Well, I'd better go. Thanks for looking!