Monday, 5 September 2011

Play until the sun goes down

I've been so busy with work just lately I've had very little time for crafting or blogging. I was feeling a little stir-crazy though so I made time for a bit of inkiness on Friday!

The current challenge in the Crafty Secrets member forum over at Splitcoast Stampers is being hosted by Cyntia and she's asked us to use orange on our projects.

I've made a sunset by sponging inks through a hole cut with a Nestie for these delightful silhouetted children to play in - even the dog is joining in and having fun before somebody shouts "Time for bed!"

The figures in this set are separate so you can change up the look of the group by putting them in a different order, repeating some or missing some out. I think it's a really sweet little set.

I added sparkle to the sunburst above their heads with a Spica pen.

Stamps:
Vintage Silhouettes (Clear Art Stamps by Crafty Secrets)

Paper:
Smooth white
Black

Ink:
Tim Holtz Distress by Ranger (Mustard Seed, Spice Marmalade, Fired Brick, Antique Linen)
Versafine by Tsukineko (Onyx Black)

Other:
Spica glitter pen (red)
Nestabilities by Spellbinder Large Circles
Silk ribbon
Stick pin
Tracing wheel
Score- It
Corner Chomper


Thanks for stopping by!

12 comments:

Paula said...

gorgeous!

Effie said...

That's a lovely happy card.

Laura O'Donnell said...

glad you got some crafty time, Joanne. this came out great!

Gez said...

Beautiful artwork ♥

tracy said...

beautiful joanne :)

Kaz said...

You've done it again Joanne. Such a gorgeous card xxx

Net said...

That's lovely Joanne. I find orange a very difficult colour to use.

Hazel said...

Totally gorgeous x

Caroline said...

Gorgeous card Joanne, and I do love orange...x

Marja's Stamp Addiction said...

This is beautiful Joanne. A card with warm colours and a beautiful design. Lovely.
greet Marja

Traceyr said...

wow Joanne this is stunning and yes those children stamps are so sweet.

:)

Alison said...

Great technique Joanne! Your card is gorgeous! x