Monday, 15 February 2010

playing with inks.xx

good morning all, its a bit rainy and damp here today but never mind.todays cards i made last night.i fancied a play with my distress slowly getting more colours.

card 1.products used are: square card blank.crafts too butterfly embossing folder.woodware leave punch.e line flowers.personal impressions sentiment.milled lavender? distress and scallop circle nesties.beautiful image coloured with promarkers.

close up of the sentiment.

and the fabby flowers.

and the image, its so sweet isn`t it.

card no2.sorry its only a sideways view but i have over written the other
products used are: square card blank.crafts too butterfly embossing and scallop circle nesties.antique linen distress ink.pepper and friends image.e line flower.sizzix leaf.dovecraft alphabet stamps used to do the sentiment.

close up of the image, my cats lazy like this too.
thats it for now folks.have got another challenge card to make so will be back maybe later with that one.enjoy your days and i hope the weather is better where you are.luv coops.xx


Mad Moose said...

stunning cards - both really beautiful

Mirabelka said...

so sweet!

Jackie said...

Gorgeous cards but the top one is my fave :o)
Jackie xx

Janette said...

Your doing great with these inks dying to have ago the cards.x

Aunty Sue said...

stunning cards coops love the colours need some of these inks

amanda stokes said...

Hi Coops!
Two fab cards,love the images on both and you're getting the hang of those distress inks
Hugs Amanda xx

Sarah said...

Great cards Coops, and you've just reminded me I have that sentiment set, when I needed one last week, lol. Sarah x

Mina said...

dont you just love the lotv range of new stamps, you have coloured them beautifully woith distress inks...stunning cards Nic
Mina xxx

jennie'g' said...

simply beautifull especially love the cat jenniexx

Rachel said...

Both gorgeous cards Nic. I love my inks too.. another fell into my basket today. woops! hehehe
Huggies, Rachel xx


Both gorgeous cards Coops,
hugs Dianne xx