14 May 2014

Words are all you need (Part 2) at IndigoBlu

Hi everyone and thank you if you are joining me for the third post of the day (find the first HERE and the second HERE). I'm back to join members of the IndigoBlu Design Team in reminding you about our current challenge, 'Words are all you need'. We've already had some fabulous entries but there's always room for more and of course with a fantastic prize up for grabs there is every reason for you to do just that.


Here is my second card for the challenge using a super sentiment from the Little Voice stamp set (heat embossed for dimension). Doesn't it make a change from just wishing someone a happy birthday...


Of course it is great to be able to create your own bespoke backgrounds and the numbers stencil is so adaptable and utterly suitable for any words connected to age. Simply sponge black Gee-Sso Good through and you've got a striking and quick pattern to which any other colours can be added. I also included some Gee-Sso Good and Mega Flake lines, and then some paint splatters for structure.


I adore Alter Egos, light weight blank embellishments that can be altered easily with all manner of media. In this case I used the Miss MoneyPenny metallic paint - if you apply a lot and heat it to dry you can get it to bubble up and create some fantastic texture to your shape. Some die cut leaves, a little thread and some matting and layering and that was it.


So it you haven't joined us already let's see what you can do with your IndigoBlu stamps over at the challenge blog, and don't forget to make those words the centre of our attention. And catch the additional inspiration from my fellow team mates over at today's IndigoBlu challenge blog post. Looking forward to seeing you there.

Take care of yourselves, Jenny xxx


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17 comments:

  1. Good morning, love, love, love this stunning piece.
    The sentiment is brilliant and so true.
    Have a great day
    Hugs

    Patricia xxx

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  2. Now that is just classy, classy, classy. Love the perched sentiment on the bird house!!

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  3. Sensational sentiment :) Love the card! The copper paint is incredible on this card with the bird and birdhouse. Amazing against the black and white background. Hugs to you Jenny! -- Mary Elizabeth

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  4. What a great design for a b'day card - SO nice with the sentiment on front - love your colors and wonderful embossing!

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  5. Love this Jenny, I love how you always get the right balance of elements and colour. The sentiment is lovely and quite true. Mo x

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  6. The number stencil background is lovely and bold, I love that and I also love the beautiful embossing you have done. The sentiment is brilliant too! Anne xx

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  7. Another picture perfect card, love it x

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  8. A gorgeous project, love the texture of the birdie.

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  9. Those words are so true and what a great sentiment to have as a focal on your card.
    The stencilled background is so appealing.
    In all - such a great card!
    Wishes
    Lynne

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  10. Fabulous project Jenny! That little bird is darling and I love all the embossed detail! Thanks for the inspiration!

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  11. Love this card and love that sentiment, Jenny! That birdie looks so awesome perched on the greenery! Hugs!

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  12. What a glorious card Jenny! I love the use of the copper with the black, white and green and the deep red mat makes it 'pop'. Great choice of the IB stamp too - very elegant! Chris xxx

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  13. Beautiful card with that great sentiment!

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  14. Looks amazing.love that sentiment...it is so true.
    I have some black and white numbered paper and didn't know what to do with it. I know you used a stencil,but I must look thru my sentiments and see what would go !!!

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  15. Ooh, loving that coppery shimmer! Very cool!
    Alison xx

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  16. Love this sentiment!! And that bird is a real eye catcher... superb!

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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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