It's challenge two of the new year for Just Us Girls and Vicki has chosen this for Trend Week.
We have two guest designers with us this month - Janet and Cindy. You'll want to check out their cards and the rest of the Design Team for inspiration. If you enter a card you have a chance to be Chic of the Week and a possible guest design spot.
See you in the gallery.
Bobby, this is stunning! Your results are beautiful with the various shades of leaves. I had forgotten about the technique being done in layers, thanks for the reminder!ReplyDelete
This is so gorgeous, Bobby! I love this technique!!ReplyDelete
Leafy gorgeousness, my friend... man, could we use some green in our white world these days? a bit of blue would be most welcome, too!ReplyDelete
LOVE this, Bobby. The layering is so clever, I must pin. Simply gorgeous in it's simplicity!!!ReplyDelete
Wow, this is gorgeous and then adding the vellum and platinum - genius! So beautiful!!!ReplyDelete
Such a perfectly created sympathy card, Bobby. The layered shades of green are gorgeous, and I love the platinum embossing powder on the vellum. That really lets your design shine through. Such a pretty card! BevReplyDelete
Your faux batik is lovely, Bobby! Perfect images/colours for a sympathy card...ReplyDelete
Will catch up on your blog soon, between puppy naps *grin*
This is such a gorgeous card Bobby! I LOVE this technique and you have done it to perfection! xxReplyDelete
This is a peaceful and perfectly lovely sympathy card!ReplyDelete
These are perfect stamps for this technique, Bobby! Love all the shades of green and the vellum sentiment banner!ReplyDelete
Gorgeous card Bobby, loving the green and the soft look with the added vellum too ;) hugs Viv xxReplyDelete
Can't say I have done a resist this way before and you have done a fabulous job here with the different shades of green. A beautiful sympathy card Bobby.ReplyDelete
Gorgeous! I wanted to do this effect and could not remember how to! Sheesh. Your card is awesomeReplyDelete
Thanks for the reminder Bobby! I am not sure I have done that before! Your results are so beautiful with all the varied shades of leaves. Well done!ReplyDelete
Calm and lovely, Bobby ... the different shades of green are so soft and serene! Hugs, Anita :)ReplyDelete