Tuesday, 22 May 2012

Wasabi Woodgrain...


Just popping in to share a card I made for this week's Case Study challenge - I loved the butterflies on Agnieszka's card, as well as the lace, woodgrain, colours... well everything! Here's my version:

The butterflies were stamped on Glossy White card and coloured with reinkers and an aquabrush (this gives a really vivid effect that I love!). The background panel was created by stamping the Woodgrain background stamp on Shimmer white card with versamark and embossed with clear EP. I then filled a little mister bottle with Wild Wasabi ink and some water then spritzed the whole panel, leaving it to dry and flatten.

Here's the recipe:
Stamps: All a Flutter, woodgrain, Happiest Birthday Wishes
Ink: Stazon, Wild Wasabi, Garden Green, Chocolate Chip
Paper: Glossy white, Shimmer white, Confetti Cream, Crumb Cake
Tools: Two Tags die, corner rounder punch
Accessories: Very Vanilla seam binding, clear EP, Victorian lace

Thanks for stopping by!

x Amy x


  1. This is BEAUTIFUL!! I LOVE the colors that you used and the fun design!! THANKS for sharing and have a FABULOUS WEEK!! =)

  2. This is so beautiful! Thanks for playing with us at CASE Study Challenge this week! :)

  3. Amy this is gorgeous! Thanks for joining us at CASE study this week :)

  4. I LOVE everything about this card!!!! It all just fits perfectly! But when you use refill inks in a little Mister bottle....how much ink and how much water do you put in it? Pam