Monday, 15 August 2016

Ab Fab

Hi!  Today is my second post with a Camp Create card and this card is for the Awesome Ombre challenge.


I masked off a panel on a white card base and sponged various distress inks across the panel.  I sponged the same colors in reverse order onto a scrap and cut the "fabulous" die.

I backed the fabulous word onto a black die cut, slighly off-setting it, so it doesn't get lost in the ink blending on the card base.  The word "absolutely" was die-cut from black and positioned on the card base in line with the top of the ink blending.

I finished the card with a few clear sequins.



I'm linking this card over at AAA Cards where they are looking for blending.

Thanks for visiting.

Print


Products used:

Ink:  Squeezed Lemonade, Scattered Straw, Spiced Marmalade, Ripe Persimmon Distress Inks
Cardstock:  White, Black
Dies:  Absolutely Fabulous
Accessories:  Sequins

Cheers
Karren

7 comments:

Barb Ghig said...

Beautiful ombre effect on your panel and sentiment, Karren! I love the hint of black behind the die cut word, and your CAS design is "Fabulous"! I received this die set as a freebie ~ Thanks for inspiring me to take it out for a play :) Good luck in the challenge!

Jane said...

And your card really lives up to its sentiment! Superb hot blending and the pops of black finish it off a treat. Thanks for playing at AAA Cards.

Stephanie Lanzalotto said...

Hi Karren. This is absolutely fabulous!!!!! LOL. I love the ombre distressing on the horizontal. LOVE the black and the oranges/yelloes. Great CAS. Great card for our challenge. Love it. Thanks for linking up and playing with us at AAA Cards!

Rosemary said...

fabulous ink blending, karren... beautiful card!

Lisa Lara said...

Karren, this is so gorgeous and striking! WOW.

k.m.meena Herale said...

Stunning card and blending...

Meena xx
http://cardscraftandart.blogspot.in/

Ksenija said...

Karren, love the simplicity of your card! Gorgeous blending ;) Thank you so much for sharing your card at AAA Cards challenge. - Sweet Kobylkin