Paper Players Challenge 142


Hello Everyone,

I'm back with another challenge, this time with the Paper Players and Jaydee.

This time it's to make a One Layer Card, which you may think is simple, but for me I find them quite a challenge as I love layers.

Here is my card using French Foliage and Perfectly Penned stamps.  Just Whisper White Card, Ink with sponging and stamping.


I've masked a panel and sponged with Pear Pizzazz and Island Indigo Inks, then stamped the script from French Foliage set with Island Indigo.  Removed the mask and stamped Soft Suede & Pear Pizzazz for leaves and splatter and the Greeting and postmark with Island Indigo.  Simple and effective.


After my success last week, I was keen to play again, even though this style is way out of my comfort zone.  Thanks for looking.  I hope you like todays card.


Comments

  1. Excellent one layer card Carolyn. I don't know if I would find it easy either! Well done. Love the colours and french foliage. Vx

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  2. Carolyn, your card highlights the many wonderful techniques that can be used to make a one card layer card sing! I love your color choices; the use of different stamps; the masking and the gradation of color. Gorgeous! So glad you joined the Paper Players this week and thank you for rocking my challenge.
    Jaydee

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  3. Absolutely stunning, Carolyn! I love the sponging! Thanks for playing with The Paper Players!

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  4. You did an awesome job with this OLC, Carolyn! It certainly looks like it is well within your comfort zone!!

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    1. Thanks so much Darnell, I almost never make OLCs

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  5. Carolyn, I love the shaded strip down the center of the card. What a beautiful layout, and the colors are so beautiful together. Thanks for playing along with The Paper Players this week.

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  6. Ahhh, French Foliage is a stamp set that I am so sad to see retire. THis is gorgeous! I love the rich colors you used on the clean white background. Thank you so much for joining us this week at the Paper Players! :)

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    1. Thanks Anne Marie, don't know what I'll do without French Foliage.

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