Silhouette Sponge

ModSquad Challenge – Silhouette Time

MIUCB #39 – Anything Goes + Open Technique

Judy over at the ModSquad Challenge Blog has a challenge entitled Silhouette time with a silhouette required to be the focal point of the card. I went through some of my GKD stamp sets and came up the with this flower silhouette from the Hello Sunshine StampTV kit and the sentiment is from another GKD stamp set Garden Silhouette. My sponged background was created using SSS Coral Reef, GKD’s Dusty Rose and Wild Lilac inks. This is a CASE of Cathy Zielske’s blog post from yesterday. I added some GKD Vanilla Ice Sequins, embossed the focal panel using my Bonnie embossing template and layered onto some Dusty Rose cardstock.

This card, I believe will also be acceptable for the Mix It Up Challenge Blog (MIUCB#39) Anything Goes + Open Technique option. My technique is ink sponging and masking. That template I created comes in handy for masking off sections. I may make some different shapes.

Enjoying a break today from a second walk so decided to use my time wisely and create some cards.

15 thoughts on “Silhouette Sponge

  1. Awesome ink blending! I watched Cathy yesterday and immediately thought of the Mod Squad Challenge also. Perfect ideas for it. Love the silhouette you chose.

    1. Thanks, Lisa, I did get the idea from Cathy Z. Her videos are a lot of fun and easy to follow. Hope you enter into Mod Squad too.

    1. Thanks, Bonnie. I have a lot of Spellbinder’s nestabilities and thought I’d cut different shapes out in different sections. The embossed frame you made for me worked out beautifully. Thanks again.

  2. Gayle, this is really pretty. I love how you have your beautiful shading focused in a small area with the silhouette in front.

  3. Oh my … this is quite simply stunning. Love the colour choices and how you presented them. Wow!

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