Wednesday, 8 May 2013

The World of Colour

I'm soooo... late posting on here today, been busy busy busy - lots to do and very little time to get it all done ! 

With all the travelling and being away from home and my stash that I've done recently, Mr Mojo has been hiding away from me.  I knew I had to get some cards made to meet deadlines, but no ideas were popping into my head.  However, I just knew that my new Paper Artsy JOFY stamps (acquired during my visit to Birds in the Barn last week) would kick-start my creative juices and they've worked a treat !

I haven't entered many of the Simply Less is More challenges for quite a while, but their colour challenge this week really fired my imagination.  So, here's my entry for their latest challenge


The LIM challenge asks us to use colours on the opposite side of the colour wheel - I've chosen the Violet/Yellow combo for my design.


I created the background of the image layer using Mustard Seed Distress Ink - applied using Inkyliscious brushes and my blending mat.  I then stamped one of my scrumptious new JOFY stamps onto the background using Seedless Preserves DI.  Using my Copic pens I added more colour to the flower to give it emphasis against the background.  I then layered it over a piece of matching cardstock.

The sentiment is another stamp from my fav Inkadinkado sentiments set, which I stamped using Versafine ink. 

Thanks for visiting, hope you enjoyed today's project.

6 comments:

Jen said...

great inking wynneth

Fabulous colour choice. Thanks for joining us the week
Jen x
"Less Is More"

Katie Berberich said...

And what a gorgeous combo you picked too Wynneth.
Hope your Mojo comes back to you soon so you can craft your heart out.
Hugs,
Katie xx

Kathyk said...

Fabbylicious matey, fave colour and gr8 JOFY - what's not to love?

Kathyk

Debs M said...

gorgeous Wynneth, love it x

Lauren Hatwell said...

Oooh! That's great Wynneth. The sentiment is perfect for that lovely JOFY too. Top job!

Lx

Chrissie said...

Great stamps... super card Wynneth!
Thanks so much
Chrissie
"Less is More"