Wednesday, February 16

Twisted WOYWW

Continuing from yesterday, here is my second attempt at the masked background with silhouette stamping. Did I say yesterday that I used the instructions from a Lavinia advertorial in Craft Stamper magazine? Well anyway that's where the how to came from, except I blended inks rather than using a brayer (I have yet to beat my brayer into submission).
I decided to try another technique new to me with this one and turn it into a twisted easel card.
I'm not going to attempt instructions. Pop over to Bev's blog she has set out all the details there.

Tilda is sitting in her garden in the moonlight, I think. I found this ancient little stamp for the sentiment.
I've sat Tilda on a little folding scalloped circle, so that the whole thing will still fold flat, and decorated her seat to match the background.
Challenges:
Try It On Tuesday - The sky's the limit
Totally Tilda #16 - How does your garden grow

So that's the twisted bit, now on to today's WOYWW (pop to Julia's blog to play along or see what on earth I'm on about). Here's my work in progress.
Just got to put it all together now.

** Kate **

18 comments:

nnalorac said...

Stunning card Kate, love the background, beautiful colours and cute sentiment. Well done you! Carol

Cindy2 said...

I love this background, beautiful job. Thanks so much for sharing your talent at the MSL 'pastel' challenge. C2

Cazro said...

Such an atmospheric sky, well done on your blending, a very pretty and different card, thanks for playing at TIOT, Caz.

MaggieC said...

Love the card with the inks, beautiful background and stamping.

S said...

Great stuff, thanks for sharing. And your blog header is fantastic. S #106

Lisa-Jane said...

This is wonderful Kate! Really really stunning. I dont get that magazine as I'm not much of a card maker but that is one technique I would love to try. The fairy one is simply beautiful.

jude said...

Love that technique Kate youve done fab job .youve given me the inspiration to try.The magazine has some fab creations in this month just loev it!
Thanks for sharing
hugs judex22

Cor* said...

You are kidding me! This blending of inks is spectacular! Great masking and the fact that Tilda is just sitting there all cute welcoming to her garden! Fantastic! Thanks for showing us your Tilda IN THE GARDEN at TT this fortnight! Dont forget about our EASTER special challenge going on right now too!! Corry & the TT Team!!

Karen said...

A beautiful card, I love the background it looks great.
Have a lovely day,
Karen #59

nnalorac said...

Hi Kate,Have left you something on my blog! Hope you will accept. Carolxx

Julia Dunnit said...

ooh you're busy busy - amloving the moonlight and that tree - very evocative. Show us the canvas project won't ya!

butlersabroad said...

I've heard of the twisted easel (just this week) so thanks for the link to the instructions. The next project looks very interesting, love the pop of red.

Hugs
Brenda 100

Shazsilverwolf said...

Gorgeous, gorgeous card, love it. Thanks for sharing, Shaz #131

okienurse said...

Very nice Kate! I love the easel cards but haven't taken the time to do a twisted easel card. May have to do one now!
Vickie #30

Andrea - Wales, UK said...

Love the card.......must try a twisted easel!!

Andrea.xx

Nicky said...

Love the twisted easel card really stunning ~ Nicky no.6

craftykitten said...

I think your ink blending looks beautiful - I'd forget the brayer! LOL. Thanks for joining our How Does Your Garden Grow challenge at Totally Tilda this time. Good luck.
Hugs
Dawn & the TT DT

Clarky J said...

This is gorgeous and I love your use of techniques x Thanks for playing along with try it on Tuesday x Janet