Sunday, 7 January 2018

Shocking Pink!

I don't use a lot of pink, but the current Butterfly challenge is One Layer or Ultra Pink so I had a look through my inkpads and decided that Picked Raspberry Distress Ink is about as Ultra as a pink can get!


This card is just one layer although it looks like several - I used masking to create the effect.

First I cut a piece of card 1cm smaller all round than the blank, to use as a mask, and masked off the centre. Then I sponged the pink ink all around it and stamped with a selection of tiny butterflies (from a set I won in the Butterfly Challenge last year. When I removed the mask, I used a fine marker to add a black edge to the inside of the frame.

Next I used scrap paper to mask off all but a rectangle in the centre of the card, and filled it in with sponged pink and grey inks. Once I'd removed all the masking, I used stamps from two old Kanban sets to add the flower silhouettes and butterfly.

I am sharing this with

Butterfly Challenge - One Layer and the colour Ultra Pink 
Country View Challenge - Anything Goes
Mix it Up - Anything Goes & Masking
Inkspirational - Stamping Only

8 comments:

  1. A fantastic card Jane, I love the layered look.

    Sue xx

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  2. Very effective masking! Love the bright pink and the silhouetted flowers.

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  3. Wonderful masking, it really looks layered up x

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  4. A wonderful card, Jane!
    Hugs, Liv

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  5. Your card is perfect for the silhouette of your image.....well done and thanks for doing the challenge.

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  6. So very pretty - clever use of masking and shading.

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  7. Amazing illusion of layering and a beautiful pink card. Thank you for joining us at Inkspirational Challenges.

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  8. Love the pink to brown....very delicate!

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