Thursday, 11 June 2009

Mojo Monday - #90



I've tried another new challenge site today - Mojo Monday. I liked the look of the clean and simple sketch they had for this week. I made the card originally with a circular shaped sentiment (as per the sketch), but it just didn't look right .... so I had to change it. I'm still not sure I like the sentiment at the top, but it can stay there now :o)

This is the first time I've used this stamp successfully. I decided to water colour it using my aqua brush and ink pads .... and I quite like the effect, so I'll try a few more samples now :o) Water colouring is still very new to me. I've perhaps been a little heavy handed with this one, so I'll try to do it a little softer next time.

All products are Stampin' UP! apart from the white card I stamped on which is Bristol Board Extra Smooth.

Cardstock ........ Whisper White, Basic Black, Rose Red
Pattern Paper .... DSP Rose Red
Stamp Set ........ Bloomin' With Beauty, Oval All
Ink .............. Rose Red, Regal Rose
Punches .......... Scallop Oval, Large Oval

7 comments:

Helen said...

Lovely card. I love those papers and the stamp is gorgeous, very well coloured! You could always turn the sketch upside down if you're not happy and put the sentiment at the bottom, but I think it looks fine.

Alison said...

Hi Teri, lovely colouring! The DSP you've used looks like the flowers are standing on a tablecloth! Very pretty card.

joey said...

Hiya Teri, beautiful beautiful card, I love the colours and gorgeous image. Joey.xxx

Emma said...

That colouring is amazing and only your first go - watch out. This is such a gorgeous stamp and I often go to Mojo Monday to save the day - great card x

Crystal said...

Teri this is gorgeous, wow fab job with the mojo!

rubberstampinzone said...

the dsp works perfectly with the stamp you hit the nail on the head yet again! What a great take on the challenge! you go girl! love it. oh. and your coloring is superb.

Sara said...

Hi Teri. The Mojo Monday sketches are great aren't they? I love how you've used blue for the vase, it's a great contrast against the rose and lovely job on the colouring - not heavy handed at all. Sara xx