Wednesday, 22 August 2018

Channelling Jennifer McGuire

Hi and welcome to another post to announce the start of a new challenge at ATSM.
Here's my inspiration for you.



Yay, a free for all!

It's great when you are entering our AG challenges but deciding on a design for the DT inspiration is always problematic for me, far too much choice!

Anyway as the title says I decided to channel the wonderfully talented and inspiring Jennifer McGuire. Where does she come up with her ideas AND how does she make it look so easy!!
Anyway she's been using masking on OL cards here, so that was what I tried to do.
I used the sketch from the ladies at LIM, and the colours at Altenew.

The sketch at LIM reminded me of a window, so I cut a four panel one with a MFT quilt die, cut it down to size and placed it on my base card. Using my MISTI, I laid the stamp from Altenew across the card, then stamped it in Memento London Fog. Leaving the stamp in place and after masking around the edge of the base card, I stamped it again in Memento Tuxedo Black. Without removing the masking, I stamped the flower elements in Bahama Blue and Danube Blue and the leaves with Altenew Olive and Bamboo ink. 
The hello from the same Extra Special set was stamped and embossed in black and then I removed the masking. Using a fine liner I then drew in the window frame. 
I thought it lacked a little something so added some stencilled detail around the outside with Mustard Seed DI and a STAMPlorations Dots all over stencil.

So if you need more inspiration check out the rest of the DT here and why not join us.

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10 comments:

  1. Lovely make and such super colours too

    Kathyk

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  2. What a great technique Jules and the framing looks so professional! Gorgeous flower too.
    Hugs
    Carol x

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  3. Wow! you have created such a stunning card here Julie. Love your take on Jennifer's technique. So impressive!

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  4. Very beautiful, Julie! Love all whites, the frame and coloring inside, great 3D effect!

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  5. I can only imagine how you masked this one layer card so perfectly Julie, it's brilliant xx

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  6. Beautiful card and super framing of the pretty flower xx

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  7. A gorgeous card, Julie! Wonderful way to use the elements!

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  8. Amazing work with the sketch! So much details, love it, yet perfectly CAS! You did great creating your window frame and that lighter background stamping adds a lot of interest to the card. Such clever ideas here!! Thanks for joining us at Less Is More!

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  9. Wonderful card Julie and I love that spotlight technique you used to highlight the flower through the window too. Hugs, Gwendolyn

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