Saturday, July 19, 2014

Crafty Coneflower for SFF

This is my second post today!  I'm doubling up to have fun at MFP.

Do you own an acrylic block?  Do you have re-inkers or ink pads?  Then you are going to enjoy joining us at the Speedy Fox and Friends Challenge this week.  You create a background by using an acrylic block to apply inks to your card.  I used a Mark's Finest Papers image called Coneflower for the focal point after creating two layers using the technique.  I popped up one layer and used embossing and dies to create some differences in the layers.  So now it's time for you to get inky and join us!



6 comments:

Desire Fourie said...

Oh wow this is just beautiful with gorgeous monochromatic colouring and embossing.
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Karen Letchworth said...

Very pretty!

Have a blessed week,
Karen

Stampsnob said...

There you go girl Welcome to the team , the card is just beautiful...Lis

Kathy Bradley said...

Kren,
Your BG technique turned out lovely, as is your card. Welcome to the team!

NanaConnie said...

Wonderful background, Kren! I've been practicing on how to get that marvelous effect you got but so far all I get is a blended mess. :-D

Lagene said...

WOW! Gorgeous! I love your depth created with the embossing dies as well as actual layers!