There are still a few days left to enter the Winnie and Walter NSD with Pinkfresh Studio Challenges if you haven't already. I love W&W products but don't own many so will definitely enter as many times as I can!!
I've already done an entry for the mood board but I was inspired by the triangle wall pattern down the bottom. I loved that it was so close together with hardly any white. Could I do the same with a card??
Turns out I could!! I used one of the sequin stamps from Winnie and Walter 'Big, Bang Bling', starting with one pink one in the middle and making circles around it, alternating with colour. Its not perfect but quite mesmerizing don't you think? I then stamped 'happy' in black and fussy cut. I stamped the 'birthday' and then added the word on foam tape. I gave the 'happy' a good coating of Wink of Stella but its hard to see the twinkle. I also added sequins in gold, pink and peach.
The sentiment stamps are from Winnie and Walter 'The Big, the Bold and the Happy' and the sequins from Neat and Tangled.
I have three other challenges I would like to enter:
Winnie and Walter NSD with Pinkfresh Studio - Create your own Background
Inkspirational Challenge # 81 (No white space left on my card)
Simon Says Stamp - Wednesday Challenge (Let's get Sentimental)
Have managed to squeeze this blog post in after school and before dinnertime, which is rather amazing!! I'm hoping to have a late night tonight making cards and catching up on tv but have been gardening all day so might be hard to keep my eyes open......
I love your take on the Ink challenge and this makes for a fun card. You have amazing patience when creating. Thanks for joining us at InkReplyDelete
wooowww your card look festive and great BG you made...you know that I love to make my own BGReplyDelete
I never buy any design paper it is expensive in Germany Shona
and your did a great one with that sequin Stamp and the color so catch my eyes..
If we want to join winnie walter challenge..should I USED their Product?OH I dont own one...
And about the white Unicorn yeees just try it..that ink has a great white and you can try the technique like I did..please tell me your link if you finished your Double stenciled with dye and pigment Ink Shona
love to get your comment..I will catch up soon my friend
Oh I love these colors, Shona! And what a work of love, stamping all those sequins in circles, I'm impressed! Thanks for sharing this with us at the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday challenge!ReplyDelete
This is just fabulous Shona, I love how you've stamped the seqiuns and a lovely colour scheme. ..............very time consuming I would think but great fun!!ReplyDelete
Thanks so much for joining us with Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge
Fabulous stamping, Shona. The real sequins and the stamped sequins makes a fun and interesting match.ReplyDelete
Love and hugs
This is amazing, Shona. Amazing amount of time and work, but man, did it pay off. Love the colors. Great card!ReplyDelete
This is such a creative use of the sequins stamp! It must have taken you quite some time to do. Fantastic round circles in your stamping :o)ReplyDelete
Thank you for playing with us at INK for our "Space" challenge.
Groovy, funky and far-out, Shona ... so cool ... and definitely mesmerising! Anita :)ReplyDelete
Color me mesmerized!!! Darling!ReplyDelete
It is a fun card! Reminds me of the Flower-power time... Hugs, GerrinaReplyDelete
Oh my goodness...wow...what a card! and all this with only one little stamp, I am in awe of your amazingness!!!!ReplyDelete