Monday, March 10, 2014

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Good Morning!

Sharing a card I made over the weekend for Virginia's View Challenge #1 - Watercolouring.


Here is my take on the challenge.

Hello card

I used Tim Holtz's Spatter stencil with sponge dauber and distress ink to get my spatter background. For the watercolour effect, I sprayed it with water and let the colour smudge and blend a little to get the watercolour softer edge to the spatter. I then used the ray image from Wplus9's Super stamp set using black ink. To add some diemension, I added the wood veneer spiky circle with some bunched up thread under it. The die cut is from Happy Hello dies from MFT which I brushed with Wink of Stella. Finally accented with some sequins. Here is another shot.

Hello card

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16 comments:

Marisa said...

Such a fun card!! Love it :)

Jodene said...

That is a very cool card, I love it!

Virginia Lu said...

How EYE-CATCHING and BEAUTIFUL, Gayatri! I love your take with water-colors ( the splatter and inking are almost too perfect-LOL)!! AWESOME showcase of your skills and talent! So happy to see your entry in the pool! Thanks for linking up to Virginia's View Challenge!

joy said...

WOW! This card is fantastic!! I love the excitement of it. Very trendy and very cool.

Kristie Goulet said...

WOW!!! Awesome card, Gayatri!

jintyoo7 said...

Brilliant - LOVE this vivacious design :)

Maria said...

Gorgeous card...fun and vibrant...love it!!!

Deepti said...

This is just wow!!

Mary-Anne V said...

WOw want a neat card...love hoiw the stencil was used!

Luana said...

GOR-JUS!!!!!!!

Kripa Koushik said...

Wow! The colours and splatter effect gives a vibrancy and movement to the card. Beautiful.

Aliya White said...

This card is SO fun! I just love it.

Sarah Gray said...

Such a cool card - love the splatter stencil and die cut! So vibrant :)

Ange Kelly said...

Wow! awesome card!

Viv said...

Wow great explosion of colour here Gayatri, I love it :) Viv xx

Daria said...

Fun and exciting card!