onsdag 13 mars 2019

March CAS Stencil Challenge

My card for the March CAS Stencil Challenge

Ghosting technique

I used a stencil ,DONNA DOWNEY - STENCIL - BLOOM GROUP, and sprayed with water, a fun technique!

Die and stamp from Penny Black


Sentiment from




Thanks!

13 kommentarer:

Ellen sa...

Beautiful card!

StNels sa...

Lovely card! What type of inks and paper did you use? Thank you for sharing.

Pat sa...

The soft green and orange looks great Birgit, and keeping the poppy fairly neutral in tone over the top works really well. I love the thin white circular frame placed just inside the coloured edge too which enhances the design perfectly. x

Barb Ghig sa...

Absolutely gorgeous card, Birgit! Your ghosting technique is so pretty and your color palette is lovely! Thanks so much for playing along with us at the CAS Stencil Challenge!

Bonnie sa...

I love how your ghosting mimics the die cut flower, Birgit! This is so sunny and Springlike!

Dotty Jo x sa...

This is beautiful! Must give this technique a try, Jo x

nancy littrell sa...

I love how your stenciled ghosting background added so much dimension to your beautiful die cut poppies, Birgit. TFS and joining us at CAS Stencil Card Challenge. Hugs..Nancy

Loll sa...

LOVE the ghosted background using the same image. Looks like a garden full of these beautiful flowers! Such a pretty design with the circular framing, Birgit. Thanks for sharing with us at CAS Stencil! xx

Robyn Oliver sa...

Gorgeous card Birgit, thanks for sharing with CAS Stencil

Cathy sa...

Such a pretty card, love the autumn colours and the pop of white on the frame really makes the ghosted flowers stand out. Thankyou for playing along at CAS Stencil. Cathy x

Brenda in IN sa...

What a beautiful background you did with the image of the flower. This is so lovely.

Julia Aston sa...

What lovely golden colors on your ghosted background and beautiful die cut bloom Birgit! So pretty all framed in the circle! thanks for joining us in the CAS Stencil! xx

Daria sa...

This is so beautiful. Thank you for sharing the details.