Sunday, 8 June 2014

Lazy afternoon

Hello folks and a very happy Sunday to you all

The challenge over at Allsorts this week is 'a one layer card'. Jo would like to see cards made using one layer of card (not including the card base) which to me was a very tricky challenge - even if I make a CAS card I always matt and layer the images. So this required a little thought. Here is the card I made for the challenge - 
I began by stamping Lazy Afternoon (ST005) from LOTV which I coloured with the following Promarkers - 
  • skin - satin, blush and dusky pink
  • hair - burnt sienna
  • tree and grass - walnut, henna, lime twist and apple cider
  • clothes - sandstone, tan, caramel, burnt sienna, henna, ivory, pastel beige, khaki, grey squirrel and morning mist
  • newspaper - ivory and pastel beige
  • sky - pastel blue
I cut the image out using a Tonic's layering squares die and inked whilst still in the die with tumbled glass distress ink. I stamped a happy circular sentiment (from LOTV) in the top corner, masked it and then applied a little tumbled glass distress ink so it would appear to be layered onto the card.
I attached the square to a Kraftcard blank and then faux stitched around the edge of the square. To finish I added some brown bakers twine.
I would like to enter this card into the following challenges - 
http://www.allsortschallenge.blogspot.co.uk - week 262 - one layer cards

Thank you for stopping by today

Lesley





4 comments:

  1. A super one layer card for this weeks theme Lesley, thanks so much for sharing your work with us at Allsorts challenge.

    B x

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  2. Super card Lesley, I love that cute image!

    Thank you for entering our 'Male or Sporty' challenge, good luck!

    Anne x
    Lili of the Valley

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  3. Thanks for joining our challenge at allsorts this week Tracy

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  4. Hi Lesley, Thank you for taking the time to join in my Challenge at Allsorts this week. You say this was a Challenge for you as you are not used to One Layer! I know what you mean!! despite this you have made a fabulous job and I love this image Jo x

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