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Sunday, August 2, 2015

Less is More Challenge #235: the colours of berries

Less is More Challenge #235: the colours of berries.

I've used a home made purple Distress diy inkpad, but I htink I ended up making Dusty Concord or something very close to it, more blue in my opinion, but my Dusty Concord is empty so I can't really tell very well, that's also in there in the middle and Festive Berries for the red.
I have strawberries and blue berries in mind.
It's a bit confusing, what in the USA the call blue berries we call forest berries (bosbessen) and what we call blue berries are infact white in the middle and a cultivated variety of the wild forest one which are all blue inside..but..the the shape and the colour on the outside is the same ;-)

I've masked off a banner on the front panel, inked it up, then splattered it with water, white and brushed pewter spray stains.
Used the Simon Says Stamp BIG HELLO I just got in the mail today! Had to use it..lol...
Raised it up by stacking a few white die cuts and placed it inside the negative space, I call it camouflaged diecutting, not sure what the proper term is.

Mounted it all on the cardbase with foamtape.

For more information on the Less is More Challenge #235, see this





7 comments:

  1. Gorgeous panel in fabulous colours, the die cutting makes it special

    Kathyk

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  2. Fun, fabulous and gorgeous inking and great use of the berry shades. Thanks so much for sharing and taking part.
    Sarah xx
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  3. Fabulous card, love the richness of the colours and your added splatters.
    Thanks for sharing with us.
    Anita x
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  4. Love this card , beautiful colours.

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  5. I'm glad to be back from my various jaunts and ready to do lots of blog visiting!
    This is fabulous, it has great impact!
    Thanks so much
    Chrissie
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  6. Maaike what fab colours you created!
    Thanks so much for joining us this week
    Anne
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