Believe

Saturday, 24 January 2015

Hello friends!

The inspiration picture at this fortnight's Runway Inspired Challenge#76 gave me an excuse for another card with a sponged distress ink scenery. As if I need one :) , because I really enjoy playing with my inks. You can view a few of my previously made scenery cards here and here.

Also linking it to Addicted to stamps and more- Holiday ( Because the scenery created looks like a nice holiday destination to me )

Over to my card:




And the outfit it got inspired from:


The outfit shows patches of colourful scenery over a black background. I sponged an imaginary scene using both distress and memento inks.
The tree was hand drawn and the corn grass was stamped.
The sentiment (Heidi Swapp) is heat embossed.  Added a few drops of glossy accents next to the sentiment to add interest.

The dimensions of this card are 6 inches by 3 inches.


Hope you liked it ! Thanks for visiting !

Supplies used:
Tim Holtz distress inks--- tumbled glass, salty ocean, mowed lawn, spiced marmalade, barn door.
Memento dew drop inks --- Dandelion, angel pink, rose bud.
Inkadinkado meadow stamp set
versamark ink
Ranger's heat embossing powder.
Ranger's glossy accents



22 comments:

  1. Stunning scene created by you Jasleen. A treat to the eyes. Well done!

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  2. Wow !! another gorgeous creation from you Jasleen..What a fabulous scene you have created... such a perfect take on the Inspiration from RIC!

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  3. Great interpretation, Jasleen. Beautiful inky work!!

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  4. OMG - this card glows with happiness!

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  5. love the perspective created with the corn grass stamping and the fallen leaves, I loved the way you have matted with a bold black space on the bottom as it kind of frames this beautifully !!

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  6. Your scene is so beautiful, and beautifully done.

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  7. What an absolutely gorgeous scene you have made, so creative! Stunning inking and sponging. Thank you for sharing at ATSM :)

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  8. That works so well Jasleen! A gorgeous holiday destination indeed! So reflective and peaceful, I just love it! Xx

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  9. stunning work jasleen!!!

    Join me on my blog as a celebrate
    http://creativita-jovi.blogspot.in/2015/01/giveaway-time.html

    Hugs
    Jovita

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  10. I just LOVE your card! I wanted to let you know that I’ve chosen your creation as one of my Favorite Picks and linked back to your blog! Thanks so much for sharing your talent. Kathy at stampsatplay.blogspot.com

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  11. Beautiful scene u created dear....always love your inking abilities... Its wonderful..!!

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  12. love your beautiful scenery - thanks for sharing your card at ATSM this week

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  13. Amazing one Jas..love the Sceenary and inking.. :) you have magic fingers.. :)

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  14. Stunning inking! This scenery is also a nice holiday destination to me. Thank you for sharing at ATSM.

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  15. Wonderful and colourful!
    See you in class :)

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  16. Gorgeous inking!! I would love to be in this place, so serene and beautiful :)

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  17. What a gorgeous card; I want to walk into that beautiful scene to see where the path will lead! Whoever receives this will be wearing a dazzling smile for sure! Thank you for sharing this eye-catching gem in the ATSM gallery!
    ~c

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  18. Amazing one Jasleen..Love the usage of glossy accents...

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  19. I love the vibrancy you were able to get with the sponged Distress and Memento inks! It looks great against the black card base. You created such a great little scene! Thanks so much for joining us on the Runway!

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  20. Creating such a scenery with distress ink is simply fabulous!

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  21. Love the fresh bright colors. They express the hope and expectancy of the word believe. Excellent. - Jim

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