Sunday, August 16, 2009

Ten Minute Monday 08/17/09

I got this cute Hero Arts Dandelion image when I visited my brother in Toronto in July and I hadn't used it yet, gasp! I decided to do a bit of spectrum sponging. I stamped and embossed the flower, then chose my colours- Barely Banana, Certainly Celery, Bashful Blue, and Almost Amythest. I added a small brown sentiment and a matching mat and placed it on textured white cardstock!
Supplies:
Stamps: Dandelion (hero arts), Mixed Messages (PTI)
Ink: Barely Banana, Certainly Celery, Bashful Blue, Almost Amythest, Rich Cocoa
Paper: White, Dark Chocolate, Textured White
Accessories, etc.: White EP, sponge

18 comments:

  1. oh... I really love dandelion images! This is pretty. I've been really wanting to do some of your sketch challenges but I've been a stamping slug, lol. Hope you are doing well :)

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  2. This is beautiful Natasha! I love these colors!

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  3. I love the progression of the colors!

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  4. Beautiful! Love your style.
    BJ

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  5. Beautifully done! The spectrum of color is gorgeous.

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  6. LOVE IT! Looks like a piece of art. Don't ya love sponging?! :)

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  7. Gorgeous! I have that dandelion stamp and haven't used it in forever. Gotta get it out and play with some embossing and sponging. Your colors are sooooo pretty!

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  8. ohmiwerd, my jaw dropped. i love this. i must have that stamp. Goregous!

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  9. I have and love that stamp, too! This is gorgeous, Tash!

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  10. Gorgeous card. Love everything about it.

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  11. beautiful....i love this card

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  12. i don't always comment but I always love the work on this blog. this is gorgeous!!!

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  13. Beautiful!! Love your card!

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  14. Love your card -- such an adaptable idea for other flower stamps. Thanks so much for sharing your creativity.

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  15. Beautiful card - I love this stamp and your background is wonderful. Very arty and stylish!

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