Friday, 15 February 2013

Muse Challenge #4

Hi guys

Just a very quick post from me tonight to show you a card I am entering into Challenge #4 over at the fab Muse blog. 

Here is my interpretation of this week's card...
 
 
and a closer view...
 
 
 
I was drawn to the colour scheme although used muted, softer hues and also took inspiration from the vertical lines and white space.
 
I stamped and coloured the image directly onto the card base and then used a border punch to edge some pale green vellum which I then used as an overlay, adhered to the rear edge of the card fold.
 
This is the lovely Muse card designed by Therese Calvird, from which we were to draw our inspiration...
 
 
 Materials used:
  • Stamps: Wild Rose Studio - Flower Doodles stamp set
  • Ink: Impress - Jet Black
  • Promarkers: Orchid and Soft Green
  • Vellum: Anita's Plain Pastel Vellum Pack
  • Punches: Hobbycraft - Ribbon Camomile; Dovecraft - Daisy Corner
  • Gem: Papermania - Glazed Gems (Iridescent)
 
 
Thanks as always for visiting today.
 
Neet x
 

9 comments:

  1. Such a beautiful delicate design. The border punch on the vellum looks gorgeous.
    Thanks so much for taking the time to share with us at Muse this week!

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  2. Beautiful design! Love the border punch on the vellum!

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  3. 2 gorgeous cards! Love your card below, it's fabulous - hope you don't mind if I pin it :) x

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    1. Aw thanks, and of course I dont mind, pin away sweet. Couldn't have made it without you! :) xx

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  4. So elegant! :)

    Lauren
    http://landersoncraftydesigns.wordpress.com/

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  5. This is so soft and pretty hun! Love it! :)
    Lizy xx

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  6. Beautiful card, great take on the challenge card

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  7. Beautiful card! Love the punched corner and the vellum on the side.

    Rosi x

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  8. Love both cards! The first one is beautiful and the second one is so cute and clever!

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