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Sunday, 24 July 2016

Get Well Card






This card is a very quick and easy one, I want to use for a 
CASology Challenge but not sure it's CAS enough. Hopefully it is.

 I have actually spent the afternoon blending, watercolouring, Colour Bursting and have fingers that look the most amazing grunge blue/black after many washes. I couldn't use my right hand yesterday as it was so cold the pain was so intense I didn't dare open it. Learnt I could get by one handed very well, just not crafting. I am left handed as well so its not as bad as it could have been.
Still cold today but my tablets appear to be working better today.


Now onto my card.
I used a Stamplorations Stencil that I see being used quite often in blog land. Very pretty and easy to use.  First I taped the stencil down and used Wilted Violet and Olive Green Distress Ink blended, doubled up in areas I wanted to look a bit darker.

I then added Glass bead  embossing paste that dries clear so the blended colours showed through perfectly. It looks stunning, would be fantastic for snow look too. I got onto this after seeing Loll using it on her blog. I only did the flower heads.


I used quite thick cardstock to stop it warping and it dried perfectly. Added a die cut
'get well' and its finished. I'm happy with it and I hope the person getting it likes it as well.
Check out the sparkle from those glass beads and feels very rough which fits the challenge I made it for.







Both ways, feeling sick so 
feeling rough and texture is rough.



Use Something Tactile 
These glass beads are definitely Tactile.



ok thanks so much for coming to visit and I hope you visit again soon.








19 comments:

  1. This is so beautiful vibrant and sparkly Aileen!
    Thank you so much for playing the cue card at CASology!

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  2. What a fantastic effect with the glass bead paste, Aileen! The card is so eye catching and has a lovely shimmer to it. A super take on our Less is More tactile challenge - thanks so much for playing along :) Hope your hand is recovered soon x

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  3. Sorry to read you've been suffering with the cold and hope that eases soon. FABULOUS make and loving your glass bead paste

    Kathyk

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  4. Yet another beautiful design Aileen even when your hands are holding you back your creations are amazing! I hate getting 'inky' fingers (I know, I know wrong hobby lol.)

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  5. This is beautiful and vibrant, Aileen! That sparkly embossing paste gives those flowers so much dimension! Wow! Thanks for joining us at CASology this week!

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  6. That is bursting with colour and sparkle - just like your blog name! I think it's perfectly CAS as far as I can see! Xx

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  7. Stunning card, hope your hand is behaving itself today. Hugs, Cara x

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  8. Love the glass bead paste--need to get mine out again! Gorgeous card, Aileen!

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  9. Gorgeous card.
    Hope the pain in your hands eases soon.

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  10. What a fabulous effect the glass bead embossing paste has.. and the colour of your blooms is stunning!
    Thanks so much
    Chrissie
    "Less is More"

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  11. You've showcased one of my favourite stencils in a most gorgeous fashion! The shimmer of those glass beads...swooning! Love this...and yes, a perfect 'lift the spirits' card! Smiling!!
    ~carol

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  12. The texture with the glass beads looks fabulous and I love the colour and the simplicity. Visually stunning!

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  13. So sparkly and pretty! Thanks for sharing at Less is More!

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  14. Gorgeous Aileen. Love the colours ... and they look amazing with the glass bead gel over top. Sorry to hear about your problem with your right hand. Hope you are feeling better. xx

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  15. Love the texture & shine from the glass beads! Thanks so much for playing along with us at CASology this week!

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  16. so pretty and what a great take on the challenge!

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  17. Gorgeous card Aileen you create such beautiful effects you are such an inspiration, I adore the sparkly flowers and colours you have used, a delightful creation for sure
    hugs
    lorraine x

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  18. What a fabulous effect from that embossing paste, gorgeous colours too.
    Thanks for sharing with us.
    Anita x
    Less is More

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  19. You do sparkle so well and teamed with that bold violet colour and the embossing paste it's simply AWESOME once again. Love it and thanks for playing along with us at Less is More this week. Sarah x

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