Card #32 – Ombré

Another card with  Distress inks blending into one another. With a stencil and a bunch or even just 2 ink pads, you can come up with a similar card. The process of blending in the colours soothes your nerves and to top it, the moment you remove the stencil to reveal the pattern underneath is precious! I am an absolute beginner to this technique, and it can be nothing but addictive. The first card I made using the same technique can be found here.

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Supplies used:

1. 65lb Recollections® White Card stock paper

2. Thinlits dies – Sizzix®

3. Tim Holtz® Distress inks –  Fired brick, spiced Marmalade, Mustard seed, Mowed lawn, Evergreen bough, Chipped sapphire

4. 6X6 Stencil from The Crafters Workshop® – Mini Garden gate

5. Black Permanent marker Sharpie®

Thanks to  Just Add Ink #348…”Just Add Ombre”for the inspiration.

I would also like to enter this card in the following challenge:

Thank you for stopping by! 🙂

 

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6 Comments Add yours

  1. Kim Badelt says:

    I love the beautiful smooth blends of colour you got across our panel. The stencilled pattern is just stunning seen through that rainbow! Thanks for joining us at Just Add Ink this week.

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  2. Such a lovely card! The colour blending is beautiful; such a lovely effect with the stencil. Thanks for joining in the fun at Just Add Ink this week!

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  3. Jan M says:

    This is stunning! Your beautiful blended background mixed with the gorgeous detail of your stencil is truly beautiful and elegant. Thanks for sharing with us at Just Add Ink this week 🙂

    Liked by 1 person

  4. pme203 says:

    Oooooh so striking. Your card is gorgeous. Thanks for sharing it with us at Just Add Ink this week. x

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  5. Di Barnes says:

    Revealing that beautiful image from under the stencil would be a big wow. Your colour blending is really beautiful & I love the pattern. The sentiment really pops too. Glad you could play along at Just Add Ink.
    Di

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  6. That doesn’t look like the work of a novice, great card

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