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Monday, June 15, 2015

Blending inks for butterflies

Hello Friend,

This is my third post today. I made this card using Mama Elephant inks and Heidi Swap Stencil. Totally inspired by Laura's  ink blending with pigment inks. Love her work & her videos.


I used Hero Arts - News print stamp to partially stamp my a2 size card base with memento black ink.
Used various inks with ink blending tool to create those butterfly. I love how the colors pop against blact text. Sentiment is from Simon says and Papertrey ink stamp.

I am entering this into 






Hope you are playing along these fun challenges. See you soon 
Keep crafting....xx 


18 comments:

  1. Love your card and that technique looks intriguing. I'm headed over to look that over.

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  2. What a creative and colorful card, Neha! Love that newsprint stamping and the bright, beautiful butterflies! Thanks for sharing with us at ATCAS!

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  3. This card is amazing! I am so going to CASE it if you don't mind! Love, love, love it!

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    1. Thanks Sue! I would love to see your version...:) Hugs.

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  4. I saw these on Facebook and had to come for a better look! They are all simply fantastic, Neha! You did a magnificent job of capturing Laura's wonderful style!! Enjoy your day! Hugs, Darnell

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  5. I am speechless! This is a masterpiece :) Thank you for sharing with ATCAS!

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  6. Love your card! Lovely design!

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  7. I'm head over heals with this one!! Thanks for playing at TCC!
    Super blending technique:)

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  8. Really love the partial stamping of the background and the butterflies are gorgeous!

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  9. This card is stunningly gorgeous! Wow!

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  10. Very pretty! Love the newsprint background! Thank you so much for playing along with The Card Concept!

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  11. Gorgeous card! So deserving of a win at Card Concept!

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  12. Beautiful! It is truly a fabulous card with all of the colour and texture...all one layer!

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