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Monday, 16 February 2015

Sunny Sketchy Fun (posted by Claire)

Good morning folks, Claire here with a quick card made using some of the stamps from Sketchy Doodle Landscapes. It seems  to have been a long dark winter so I felt like creating a sunny card to brighten someone's day.


I stamped  the flowers and leaves using Memento Tuxedo Black and masking with masking tissue. Next I stamped the butterfly and then got to work with my Graph'It markers and coloured using yellows. oranges and limes. I added a background by dotting in paler shades of the same colours. To add a little definition I edged the topper with the chisel end of a black Graph'It marker and popped it on a card blank.

Thanks for visiting today
Claire xx

10 comments:

  1. Very pretty Claire. I like the yellow dots you added to your bg.

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  2. What a super showcase for alcohol markers, especially with the way you used them for the background as well. The use of the yellows, oranges & limes is indeed cheering & makes me think of Easter & Spring, it would be perfect as an Easter Card or a baptismal card wouldn't it?
    Paula (PEP)

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  3. The splatters are a perfect BG for these sunny-coloured flowers!

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  4. That's a lovely bright card Claire, to bring some sunshine into someone's day. The dots in the background work really well. Elaine x

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  5. Lovely colours. Like the background dots too, just finishes off the card beautifully.

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  6. What a beautiful cheerful card Claire I'm sure it will brighten someone's day
    Jackie x

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  7. It would certainly brighten anyone's day - it's lovely.

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  8. Lovely colouring Claire and the added dots in the background and the black edge work beautifully. x

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