Saturday, 7 January 2017

Something Old, Something New...

A couple of SCS challenges sparked today's card:

Ways to Use It WT617 = Something Old, Something New....
Free for All F4A359 = "I'm Dye-ing" - use a die on your card


Here's the card:


For the Ways to Use It challenge, I have:
something old = the sentiment stamp
something new = new Ranger Archival Library Green ink pad
something borrowed = the tree die that I borrowed from Loll Thompson
something blue = blue alcohol ink

The background is blue and green alcohol ink smooshed on Yupo. The tree die that I borrowed from Loll before Christmas is fabulous for layering over interesting backgrounds. I might end up buying it as I like it so much and really should return it to Loll!

I'm also linking up to CAS Mix Up where the January challenge is "stamping + liquid colours + your choice from their list of options". My liquid colour is the alcohol ink and my choice is the die cut. Go to CAS Mix Up here if you want to join in.
 






Supplies:
Stamps - Impression Obsession sentiment
Ink - Ranger Archival Library Green, blue and green alcohol inks
Paper - white cs, Yupo
Size - A2
Accessories - Tim Holtz tree die, fun foam



8 comments:

Mac Mable said...

Gorgeous colours and fabulous background. Love all the colour against the white x

nancy littrell said...

OMG Susan..Your STUNNING Alcohol Ink background really, really makes your gorgeous die cut tree POP!!! Wow! TFS my friend. Hugs..

Bonnie said...

WOW! What a gorgeous background for this tree, Susan! I finally got the alcohol inks and Yupo out but I've got some practicing to do to come up with anything this gorgeous!

Loll said...

LOVE the colours of your background. It's artsy and fabulous! xx

Christine Alexander said...

the colours are incredible, you managed to get just the right mix and flow, against the white they just pop

Karen D. said...

love it...so gorgeous and rich looking mf!

Karen L K said...

Lovely! Love that tree on the pretty background.

Jo Manna said...

Such a cool background, looks like the winter forest behind a snow covered fur tree. Beautifully done :D