8 May 2014

A step by step for IndigoBlu

Hi everyone and welcome, including my latest followers. So pleased you like what I do enough to want to keep watching this space!

Always wanting to pass on what I've learned about using products, I wanted to respond to Jennie Atkinson's recent request on my card for the current IndigoBlu challenge 'Words are all you need'. So today over on the IndigoBlu blog you'll find a step by step for paint backgrounds with a distressed feel using the English Cottage Artist's Acrylic Paints.

Here's a few sneak peaks before you head over to the tutorial at IndigoBlu.





With another Saturday step by step to come from me over at Frilly and Funkie on Saturday and of course my ever present collection of links to past tutorials there's bound to be something there to tickle your fancy!

Thanks for joining me again today. Take care of yourselves, Jenny xxx

22 comments:

  1. I like all the layering and subtle colours you have used Jennie.

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  2. Fabulous piece Jenny. I watched all Kay's programmes and loved them. Hugs Rita xxx

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  3. Love it Jenny. Kay has such beautiful stamps and I have never had a bad image. Loved yesterday's shows. Hugs Rita xxx

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  4. Oh! Jenny I love,love,LOVE! those seahorses, off now to Indigo Blu for a closer look. Mo x

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  5. Back again from having a closer look on the Indigo blu blog. I love the depth of the shaped seashells, and the background is amazing, thank you for the step by step Jenny this is a beautiful card. Mo x

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  6. This looks fabulous Jenny but unfortunately the links for indigo blu won't work for me :0( xx

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  7. Jumping there to see. I love to stalk you :) It makes me want to get inky....

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  8. I'm not one for seaside stuff, but I love this card! Thank you for the step by step... you make everythng look easy...
    Suzi B xx

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  9. Gorgeous card the colours are fab. Elizabeth xxx

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  10. I love seahorses, off to have a closer look at these beauties.. Anne xx

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  11. Looks wonderful already, off to take a closer look, colours look so yummy...

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  12. What wonderful colours! Off to look at the tutorial...

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  13. Love, love, love it , great colours and fantastic Seahorses
    Off over to have a closed look
    Hugs

    Patricia xx

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  14. That's an amazing project in great colors.

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  15. Gorgeous, Jenny! Love it! The background with the bubbles are so pretty! Hugs, Sandra

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  16. Stunning card you made, love the waterscene and the sea horses! =)
    Hugs, Elenor

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  17. Gorgeous, gorgeous, gorgeous, Jenny
    Rosie x

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  18. So magical this card....great colouring and lovely stamps Jenny!!
    Wow...TOP

    Have a nice weekend, Alie :-)

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  19. Headed over now...thank you!! :)

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  20. This looks gorgeous Jenny but I cannot get to the IB blog as the links are incorrect and cause an error. >:o( Chris xxx

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  21. I can almost hear the sea! Love how you've clustered the elements - looks like a real sea scene.

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  22. What a gorgeous colour contrast here - off to see the details!
    Alison xx

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Thank you so much for stopping by and leaving your comments - they are really appreciated. Jenny xxx

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