Saturday, 10 August 2013

Inkspirational Challenge #32

At Inkspirational this week it is our colour challenge and these are the colours we are challenging you with:

And my card using these colours:

I used light pink ink to sponge some card stock. I then ripped up some post it notes to mask off an area to stamp the text. I really wanted this to be on a white card base but the kraft really seemed to work the best.

This month Eclectic Anthology are our sponsors and our monthly winner will receive a $30 gift voucher to spend in their store!

Now it is your turn-you have until Tues 6pm CMT to play along and don't forget to pop over to take a peek here at the super projects are DT have created for you.

Have fun x


  1. Hi Sandie, beautiful card, LOVE how you created your soft background. Lovely use of the colours. Have a great weekend. Sue x

  2. Oh I love this Sandie...the soft text is the background with the pink and green leaves is simply gorgeous.

  3. Beautiful card Sandie, I think your mojo is rocking! :) I love the stamping techniques you've used. I hope I can make a card for this challenge too -the colors are so pretty and I have something ready in my mind... I hope I'll find time tomorrow! Hugs!

  4. I really like this, Sandie! I like the shadow effect of those pink leaves, and I like detail of the paper with text too!

  5. This is gorgeous!! Love those colors together - especially with the kraft base. Nice job!

  6. This is SO beautiful, Sandie! LOVE the gorgeous scene you created and the kraft was the perfect choice! HUGS and happy weekend! :)

  7. What a fantastic background and the stamping of the leaves over it is perfect. I love this card. Marina

  8. This is fab, my friend! Love the background technique - really makes the leaves stand out. And you're right - the kraft base is just perfect! Have a lovely weekend. I'm counting the days now Woohoo!

  9. Oh my word Sandie, this is gorgeous! Great masking and sponging, I love the text! You've done an amazing job on making a collage type panel whilst staying true to your CAS roots! Fabulous my friend! Ruth x