Sunday, 13 March 2016

Ink duster playtime

 I had an urge to get some inks and ink dusters out and had a little play. All of the cards have the main image stamped and dusted onto silk art card. Inks are either Distress inks or memento inks. All stamps on the silk art card for this one are from Inkylicious. I stamped the base cards with crafty individuals CI-430.
 This second card uses hedgerow1 and a sentiment from Hero Arts. Ink colours here are Distress inks in seedless preserves, picked raspberry and broken china. A white gel pen was used to add the highlights.
 I used a bit of water on my dusters on this one. The stamps are from the windswept set
For this last one I used all inkylicious stamps.
Thanks for looking!

12 comments:

  1. These are all beautiful Sally. I love the colours and the Inkylicious stamps you've used. I've got most of the stamps myself. I love the background stamping on the card as well. A great set of cards.
    Jean x

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  2. A nice range of stamps and shading too Sal, not seen the windswept look before, been using my dusters this weekend too, thanks for sharing.
    Shaz in Oz.x

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  3. Stunning cards with the stamps and sky!!

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  4. These are beautiful cards and I just love the colours you've chosen to use. A great technique and something I've not done for a while - so many ideas so little time!!

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  5. Wow, stunning cards.....fabulous colours & great stamps!
    hugs Jo x
    I have CANDY if you'd like to enter!

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  6. My goodness you did have a play. I bought an ink duster boxed set at the craft fayre a fortnight ago but havn't had time to play with it yet. So much to do so little time. I love the top card. Those colours are so pretty together. Hugs Mrs A.

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  7. Lovely. This kind of inking and stamping is why I started. They are really finished of by the beautiful frames you have stamped.

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  8. Four fantastic cards Sally, they all look gorgeous.

    Sue xx

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  9. Just gorgeous. I love the white gel highlights which look stunning, particularly on the second card.

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  10. A fab selection - I do love your inky work. That white gell pen looks great.

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  11. Beautiful work. I really like the way you used the white gel pen. I'm a visitor from Kate's blog. Barbxx

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  12. Wonderful scenes on these cards. I love the soft inky look of them!

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