When I saw the current Jay Gee's Nook challenge:
Hero Arts Lace background stamp with white EP onto white card stock. Then I did direct-to-paper with several Distress inks. I love how this turned out!
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Note: The Ranger Distress seasonal inks are now available individually (yay!), but I couldn't get Inlinkz to pick them up, so I've included the seasonal bundles instead.
That background is awesome!
Totally love it!!
There's a lace background? I can have lace without actual lace? IT MUST BE MINE.ReplyDelete
Since I'm rather a sucker for both color gradients and resist, I'm not sure how much it means to say that I think your card is beautiful... but I do. Think it's beautiful.
Love this! I need that stamp now. Thanks. lolReplyDelete
Wow, that is gorgeous. I love the color gradient!ReplyDelete
This is lovely Leslie. The embossed background and gradient colours really are gorgeous. Thanks so much for joining us at Jay Gee's :)ReplyDelete
I was SO lucky to catch the spring & summer bundles on sale while I was on vacation - those are such awesome colours. I should take mine out to really play & get inky - and that lace background is so stunning. Love the rounded corners!ReplyDelete
oof! another perfectly simple, perfectly AMAZING, totally dramatic C&S card! kind of almost enabling me into those inks, actually, and yet i soooooooooo never stamp!!! i should tho... just so i can do THIS!!! ♥♥♥ReplyDelete
OOoooooooo, a perfect and beautiful gradient card; I have yet to try. You are making some amazing cards lately!!!ReplyDelete
Beautiful card. It's really gorgeous. Love the effect of the embossing and the use of the distress inks.ReplyDelete
Leslie, wow! stunning card.ReplyDelete