20 April 2016

Ink Splats

Hello there, I really like the design elements on THIS card, so I decided to make another. I used the same supplies but changed up the layout to make a quick and easy male card.


I started off by cutting a panel of white cardstock, using a SSS Stitched Rectangle die. I then stamped the WPlus9 ink splats on to it using MFT dye inks. I cut the SSS Painted Birthday die twice from white cardstock and layered these up. The ink splats panel was adhered to a SSS Fog A2 card base with ATG, I then added the die cut words with Multi Medium Matte. To finish off, I added a few Doodlebug Sprinkles.


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Simple as that! I love that it is quite flat for posting but still has some dimension with the die cuts being double height. Thanks so much for visiting me today. I hope you have a lovely day!

9 comments:

  1. I loved the first one of these you did and so it's no surprise I love this one too! Great for make cards. Xx

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  2. fab card Michelle, I do love a good ink splatter x

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  3. Beautiful birthday card Michelle..love the spattered look...

    Anne

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  4. Simply beautiful! My two favourite colours blue and green! Lovely design!

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  5. I love the technique with the wording Michelle. Great card x

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  6. Fabulous card! Love the splats behind the cool sentiment. xxx

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  7. These are great Michelle and ideal for masculine cards! I have seen a few 'splat' stamp sets and I think now - this is one on my wish list!

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  8. I love both cards - change the colours and suitable for girls too - brill x
    debbie

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  9. Thank you for another example of using these two together. They make a lovely pair and are on my wish list. :)

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