Wednesday, May 22, 2013

WOYWW #207

 I didn't think I would be able to join WOYWW but I managed to find some time to create this afternoon.  I think this is the latest I have ever join, I will probably have the last spot but as my Mom always said last is first so it all works, lol!
If you have no clue what I am talking about, hop over to Stamping Ground Julia will explain everything.
Here is my desk/table, I got out lots of supplies today, Gesso, stamps, makers, beautiful butterflies embossing folder, gems, pearls, ribbon, ribbon punch, stencils, ink spray and more.
 
 
 
Here are the cards I made!
First of all I painted Gesso on the Patterned Paper, then sprayed it with a ink spray and stencil.
After I dried the Gesso and ink I stamped the flower and colored it with a Rich Razzleberry marker
Because the Gesso kept the ink wet longer, I was able to use a blender pen and lighten around the edges.  After the ink dried I smeared Gesso on the card, note to self, SU markers are not waterproof and the purple did smear some when I added the Gesso.
Happy Wednesday everyone!!
 
 

11 comments:

Patsy Paterno said...

What a fancy card, Kim! Glad you got some time to craft! That's a LOT of materials out! Patsy from
HeARTworks and
papemelroti

Laura said...

Hi Kim,

Your cards are beautiful! I love the vibrant colors! It's fun to see your work area too! I wanted to try and email you to share the card I CASED from this Spring Card post of yours: http://inspiredpaperandink.blogspot.ca/2013/04/spring.html

The card I made is here:
http://holmadelaura.blogspot.com/2013/04/pin-inspirationpin-spirationaka.html

I have made a few more variations. I'd love to email them to you, but don't know your email addy. If you want to email me, you can find my email address within my blog header picture. Hope this makes sense! Regardless, I just wanted to thank you again!
hugs,
Laura Holm

Monica said...

Your cards are so pretty and really special. Hope you get time to work on more
Monica 103

ANNETTE HUSBAND said...

G'day Kim
thanks for stopping by my blog and leaving a comment for WOYWW. I love seeeing all your stuff out...lots to see. I like both cards but the top one you added the gesso too at the end is the one I like best as it lets the rose pop more. Both are gorgeous though
Annette In Oz #4

Francesca said...

Two lovely cards. love that rose. Francesca #27

Bridget Larsen said...

Last or not I still found you lol, lovely card
Bridget #11

Krisha said...

Stunning cards, so rich with color!
Krisha %50

Queen Lightwell said...

Gorgeous cards! I wish I had had girls to make Graduation cards for, but only boys this year. Still its so nice to have something wonderful to celebrate and congratulate others on, isn't it? :) Have a fab WOYWW! Deeyll #166

Jackie said...

Thank you for visiting me already
Busy desk nice to see variations on a theame
Jackie 8

KatzElbows said...

Great cards. I love the way you've used bright colours but still created cards with a vintage feel.

Happy belated WOYWW,
Cheers, Rachel #65

sandee said...

You have such a sunny area to work in, and your cards are awesome, and see, you aren't even in last place either! OK, I am asking my WOYWW folks to rally behind me and I truly need your support. I am in a contest and the voting ends today so it's now or never. PLEASE go vote for me, yes, I am begging, lol http://www.genuinelyjanestudios.com/genuinelyblog/gjs-design-a-book-contest-top-three-finalists-announced/
waving hi from the hills of North Carolina ♥