Thursday, 30 July 2015

Blended background

One of Laura Bassen's lessons in the Online Card Class "Background check" was doing ink blending in the middle of a card - it is more difficult to get a nice, blended look when starting with the blending tool on the cardstock rather than off to the side.  I was so careful to get a nice blend in the centre, with the three colours mixing just enough but not too much - and then I decided to cut a butterfly out of the centre, anyway!  LOL!
I'll also be sharing this card over at the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge - this week, it is Anything Goes.  
 Thanks for visiting :)

5 comments:

  1. What a great and imaginative design to showcase the technique!

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  2. Michelle, this ist amazing! So simple but so cool!!!

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  3. this is so so pretty. I really love everything about it

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    1. A fabulous card Michelle, your blending is superb and such pretty colours......your die-cut butterfly is beautiful!!

      hugs
      Heather xx
      Thanks so much for joining us with Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge.

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