Technique Testing – JAI 277

This week at Just Add Ink it’s a colour combination.  How gorgeous is this …

Perfect soft spring colours.  And with spring on its way to us in the southern hemisphere in a mere 2 more sleeps, it’s a good pre-amble.  I’m ready for some spring weather!

This is my JAI card using the colour combination with some easy but effective techniques.

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To get this colourful effect, I masked 2″ of the card front using photocopy paper so the ink didn’t go there.  Then I stamped Vintage Leaves in Versamark and heat embossed it in clear.  And to finish it off I sponged the card front with Mint Macaron, So Saffron & Calypso Coral.  Once I removed the paper mask, it left a ‘white space’ for my bright & bold sentiment (from Happy Birthday, Everyone).

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If you love the Vintage Leaves stamp set I used in my spring creation, then you will also love the Lighthearted Leaves stamp set available soon in the holiday catalogue {which starts when spring does!!!}.  Two more sleeps!  Kelly x

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10 thoughts on “Technique Testing – JAI 277

  1. Absolutely gorgeous, Kelly. I love the effect you’ve created with these colours. Yay spring starts tomorrow, can’t wait! x

  2. So beautiful Kelly. I love the soft pastel effect you’ve created with the colours on white…Very pretty! Thanks for joining us at Just Add Ink..:0) xx

  3. So beautiful Kelly! I love the subtleness of your background paired with the bold greeting – so elegant! Thanks for joining us at Just Add Ink this week 🙂

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