Wednesday, July 13, 2016

Our Daily Bread Designs Anything that Grows challenge

I am playing along with Our Daily Bread Designs this month.  I dug out some stamps I haven't used yet that I acquired back in May at Mega Meet.  I created my background with distress inks and an blue opalite ink for the sky.


I decided to stamp the mushrooms on a variety of purple pattern papers. In the picture they are really dark but IRL you can see the lovely patterns.



You can barely see the iris sky...but from this angle you can get a hint of how cool it is.



This is just one of those cards that looks so sweet in person but doesn't photograph as well.  It will still be quite pleasant happy mail for a niece.

Ingredients:
North Coast Designs Love you Fairy Much stamps and dies
Brilliance Graphite Black ink
Wink of Stella in clear, silver, black, and purple
Opalite Glacier Blue ink
Quick Quotes chalking inks: Brandywine, Lemonade, Desert Sun, Pink Cheeks, Very Berry, Peach Tree and Hydrangea  with water color brush
Distress inks Lucky Clover and Cracked Pistachio
K & co recycled papers in purple
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I would like to enter this in the following challenges:






Thanks so much for stopping by!

Alicia



6 comments:

  1. Your card is so cute!!! Really cute stamps!!!

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  2. What a very cheerful card! Love it!

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  3. super cute card, luv your coloring! I am so glad you played along with us at simon says stamp wednesday challenge!

    blog-paperie blooms
    ig-2klines

    sparkle & shine, kindness *~*

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  4. Adorable card, Lovely composition. Great sentiment. Thank you fro joining in with us at Fab'n'Funky challenges.
    Hugs
    Buffy x

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  5. What a pretty card.

    Thanks for joining us at FabNFunky.

    Susan

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  6. What a cute card! Love your mushroom paper piecing and prettily colored images scene! Thank you so much for joining us at ODBD Shining the Light challenge this week with your beautiful creation!

    Hugs,
    Chris

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