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Wednesday, July 24, 2013

Sacred Wings, Morning Mist


Greetings! It is time for a new challenge over at Inkspirational! This week, we are working from the Sketch below.  I created my card while traveling about.  I guess sometimes it is better to not have so many choices when deciding on elements for a card.  

The bottom portion of the card was created by using Ripe Persimmon Distress Ink over a Tando Stencil.  The steampunk image by FlonzCraft was stamped with Black StazOn Ink.  The sentiment is by Red Lead.  Vintage black seam binding and some black liquid pearls completes my card.  I hope you will take a few minutes to see how the rest of the Design Team interpreted the Sketch and then consider creating a project of your own.  Our sponsor for the month of July is A Day For Daisies and one lucky winner will win either a $12 Gift Card or 3 Digis.  I hope your will play along! Thanks for stopping by.  Yvonne

7 comments:

Talis Bastelballon said...

Beautiful card Yvonne.

grectings Petra

sandie said...

wow Yvonne, you did this on your travels-that is skill for you! I love the stencil inking at the bottom and this provides a great contrast for this funky image. Great take on the sketch x

Mynnette said...

LOVE the stenciling on the bottom, Yvonne! The colors are amazing, too! A great card! HUGS and hope you have a great rest of the week! :)

butterfly said...

The orange is so zingy and the balloon image is fab!
Alison x

M said...

Yes, I agree with you, restrictions seem to inspire creativity - which I suppose is the joy of challenges. Not having all your stuff seems to have inspired your creativity on this beautiful card. I particularly love the stencilled pattern - a really different twist and such a lovely colour. Marina

Ruth M said...

Great take on the sketch Yvonne, I love the stencilled pattern on the bottom, it's a beautiful contrast colour to the black and white! Ruth x

Kay Wallace said...

Just a great card, Yvonne! Sometimes, the fewer the supplies, the better the outcome. I have to agree with the adage that less is more! Well done!