Thursday, May 6, 2010

It's All Heart

Last night I took some white cards out and stained them with different Distressed Ink. It was a great way to relax. If you need to make several cards at once but don't want boredom to set in and want to see what happens with different colors this is a very simple design. The card above was made using Antique Linen and Brushed Courduroy Distressed Inks. The design was filled in using Waterfall Stickles.


The fun part about Distressed Inks and Stickles is that you can take the same image and give them a total different look. This card was used with Dusty Concord and Brushed Corduroy Distressed Inks and Lavender Stickles.

This card was made using the new Stormy Sky Distressed Ink and once again Brushed Corduroy. I wanted to use Golden Rod Stickles and then decided to make it colorful so I added Turquoise on the flower and outlined the large heart and fill in Magenta Stickles.


This was also used with one of the new distressed inks, Victorian Velvet. This is one of my favorite Stickle colors, Fruit Punch.
The name is fun and perfect. In addition I love the pink color. It is an excellent match with this color card.
At www.lindascozycraftcorne.etsy.com, there are three different ways to purchase Stickles. I am selling them single, triple choice, or 6 pack choice. Happy shopping!!! Mother's Day is on Sunday don't forget your mom, mother-in-law, sister, daughter, in-laws, and wife. I also will package together custom orders. Soon I will be listing the new Distressed Inks that I have available for sale.

2 comments:

AMKreations said...

That is so pretty! I love the design.

cards4ubylouise and other treasures said...

Love your cards, each one is so individual and colorful. I am really getting into the Tim Holtz thing....he has such great things and now he has folders you can run though the cuttlebug to get great backgrounds.Can you imagine using the backgrounds with the distress spickles....I must try that tonight.

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