Thursday, March 13, 2014

3 challenges in one card

I'm combining 3 challenges today.

The color challenge at Pals Paper Arts,

the sketch challenge at Mojo Monday,

and my own personal challenge to make a masculine card when
my first reaction would be to do something feminine.

Here it is

I used a couple different techniques. I masked off the card base
and sponged on the three colors. With the brush end of a marker
I added the line of soft suede to frame it.
For the stamped image I brushed the three colors onto a clear block
 and then pressed my paper onto it. I was going to do the background
 with painter's tape when I realized I don't have rose red and wild wasabi
ink pads, just markers.
I like how that turned out.
Adding soft suede to the mix, keeping the colors soft and of course
the moose helped with my own challenge of making the card masculine.

I'm very happy with how it turned out.

supplies:
card stock: whisper white, confetti white, soft suede
stamp set: walk in the wild
ink: rose red, wild wasabi, so saffron, soft suede
big shot: circles collection

Happy Stampin'
and thanks for visiting!



7 comments:

  1. Fantastic Job! I love that you were able to use the color combo for a masculine card. Way to stretch those creative muscles! Thanks for playing along with Pals Paper Arts this week!

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  2. Very nice! I love the merging of color and stamped image! Thanks for joining us at Pals Paper Arts this week.

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  3. Susan, WOW! Who would have thought you could paint a moose with these colors - YOU! Nice job. Thanks for playing along with this week's PPA color challenge.

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  4. Wow! A beautiful card, Susan! Your sponging is awesome! You ROCKED this challenge. Thanks for playing at Pals Paper Arts this week!

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  5. I'm actually blushing right now!! Thank you all for your kind words. I think you are all so talented and for you to comment that you like my card - I'm feeling very happy right now.

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  6. This is an amazing technique! I've never seen it done quite like this before. Gonna have to see if I can CASE you. :)

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