Monday, 16 January 2017

Best Wishes...

Happy Monday everyone!

I'm here today with an inky card 
(my wonderful hubby said it looked like I had spilt Ribena on it - blokes eh)!

This card is made with some lovely stamps from Dies To Die For

I used a piece of white linen card and splattered it with distress ink.  Then I stamped the gorgeous flower basket over the splatters and doodled around the edge. 

I created some simple mats and added an MFT sentiment and some twine.

...and here we are, quite a pretty effect and quite easy to make I thought.
Ingredients from Dies To Die For
Other Ingredients
White Linen Card
Tim Holtz Distress Ink in Picked Raspberry, Broken China and Wilted Violet
Copic Multi Liner in Black
Versafine Ink Pad in Onyx Black
Pink and black cardstock
Natural Twine from The Ribbon Girl
Thank you for popping by.
Happy Crafting

love from Sue...xxx

Don't forget to pop straight to the Dies To Die For inspiration blog to look at the lovely DT creations there, and then straight to Dies To Die For for some essential retail therapy.

and....while your new 2017 calendars and diaries have lots of space in them be sure to check out our 
Dies To Die For Events Page
oh my - we have some fun planned for 2017!

8 comments:

  1. Gorgeous card Sue and love the splatter x

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  2. Hi Sue. I love the splatters and your card design is stunning. Cathy x

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  3. A gorgeous card Sue, fab splatters
    Lorraine x

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  4. Great CAS card love the image and the Ribena splashes look brilliant lol
    Carol x

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  5. Brilliant idea what a stiunning card love and hugs Carole x

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  6. Fabulous artistic card Sue - spilt Ribena pfffittt! - what do men know anyway lol!!!1
    Have a wonderful day.
    Debs xx

    p.s still soooooooo super excited and bursting all over the place - really looking forward to another new crafty adventure with you and the lovely Kat.

    p.p.s only 7 more sleeps :) xx

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  7. I love the Ribena splatters Sue, :)
    A simple technique but very effective on this lovely card.
    Lorraine

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