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Thursday, 15 June 2017

TIME OUT Challenges Reminder


Hi friends!
I'm here to share my DT card for the current TIME OUT Challenge where we are inspired by the gorgeous photo below! 



We are sponsored by Happy Little Stampers. All the details and prize info is one click away in the challenge blog! :)


Our talented guest designer Ashwini and regular DT members have more inspiration for you in the challenge blog too so that's the place where to hang out right now! I loved Ashwini's colorful floral card.

In my card I've used stamps by Clearly Besotted Stamps that came free with a magazine one hundred years ago. Just an estimate. ;) The leaves are stamped first with green ink and then partly re-stamped with dark grey ink for shading -I used my MISTI so this was very easy to make. The flower is colored in with Copics and I added some white gel pen details too. Very simple and quick card! 

I hope to see you joining in TIME OUT Challenges, happy crafting!



9 comments:

  1. I also have this freebie set... never used before :0
    Now I feel inspired to ink it up! Your card is beautiful Nonni!

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  2. What a lovely flower for your gorgeous card!!

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  3. Looks like an illustration in a book; beautiful, delicate and such clean stamping! I would frame it! Hugs, Gerrina

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  4. I really like this design and gorgeous colours and super colouring x

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  5. Just beautiful...love your sweet flowers.

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  6. Beautiful card Nonni - I have this set too (I bought it since I love fuschias) and you have totally inspired me to ink it up. I love the shading you added to the leaves - CAS perfection!

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  7. Really lovely- the colours are perfect. i have that same stamp set and have never been able to work out how to put the leaves and flowers together - now I know!

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  8. Love all the clean white space Nonni. Fabulous take on the inspiration photo.

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  9. So very pretty, Nonni ... love how that gorgeous fuschia frames the fabulous sentiment! Hugs, Anita :)

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