Sunday, August 23, 2015

Birthday wishes...

Good morning folks, and another card from me...

This time I have used my ebrush to create the background and to shade the flowers and leaves.  I first die cut the flowers and then sprayed them using Spectrum Noir Markers, I did the same with the leaves.  I then die cut the overlays and glued them on top.  I masked off a section of the card and sprayed the top section with a matching colour.  I layered the flowers on to the card.  I doodled the edges as normal.  I thought it looked a bit bare so did some arty type splashes with Spectrum Aqua pens and then added some sequins and gems. 
Hope you likey!

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Papertake Weekly - to die for
Less is More - sketch



Neets B said...

Love the colours here and your flowers look beautiful. Don't forget we like white space at LIM so don't worry about blank areas. The splatters are lovely and delicate so still keep this area CAS.
Thanks for sharing with us.
Anita x
Less is More

coops said...

so beautiful fi.the flowers are gorgeous and i love your pretty design ;D

xx coops xx

Tracy said...

Oh I likey. Great mix of the inks with the gun. You know I adore your doodling. :-) Hugs!

Linby said...

This is gorgeous, love those flowers, the colours and the splats.

Brawny x said...

Absolutely love this. It's gorgeous x

Sazzle Dazzle said...

Ooooh! In swooning over those florals!
Brilliant colours, yummy splatters and a great take on the sketch. Thanks so much for playing along at less is more this week.
Sarah x

Chrissie said...

As Anita says, don't be afraid to leave completely blank areas on CAS cards, but your splatters look good too!
Pretty die-cutting on those flowers!
Thanks so much
"Less is More"

TaeEun said...

The color combination is gorgeous! And the flowers too!

Brawny x said...

Absolutely gorgeous x

Grenouille Greetings said...

As I needed to send you an e-mail, Fi, I thought I would come and check out your blog for a minute or two and I must say I LOVE what you've been up to of late. This LIM creation is particularly lovely! Hugs, Lesley