Tuesday, 18 November 2014

Nestabilities Stars and Distress Inks

Afternoon Bloggers.. Just a quick birthday card to share with you today.
Nestabilities Squares and Stars plus a squirt or two of Goosebumps. When dry blend some Distress inks, (Spiced Marmalade, Bundled Sage and Dusty Concord) over the stars and stamp a few squiggles with Versafine Onyx Black Ink = Quick Birthday Card.

Thanks for popping over to my Blog to look today.
Back soon... Hello and thank you to my new followers... xxx 
Eileen xx

18 comments:

  1. Woot woot . . . LOVE this Eileen. What a sensational card. xxx

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    1. Your designs would be good for this Sarn! E xxxx

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  2. Beautiful card and such lovely colours too Eileen. Stars are very popular at the moment, but the way you have used them here sort of tucked in one another and the layered frame effect gives them a whole new look. x

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  3. I love how you've made the patterns on the stars - gorgeous colours. They look wonderful against the white background. Beautiful card! xx

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  4. Lovin' the colourful texture in the stars! They look great over the simple white background. Hope you're well Eileen :) Sending hugs!!!!

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  5. You always amaze me ,love the stars on the simple white card ,it really shows them of
    See you Sunday
    Xxxxxxxx

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  6. Fantastic, nuff sed xx Zoe xx

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  7. Fantastic card Eileen, you always manage to make something fairly simple look amazing.

    Sue xx

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  8. so fresh. you always come up with original ideas xx

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  9. Love this Eileen. It is so simple yet so....effective ! Colourful and clean cut. A fabulous card.
    Hugs Jennifer xx

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  10. Great colour combination on those stars, love that card.

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  11. just beautiful and so simple...great CAS card
    love it
    bibiana

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  12. Really nice Eileen. A simple design that looks brilliant!!!

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  13. Wonderful card. Love the star work.

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  14. Wow it would be a very beautiful Christmascard too!!! Love the colours and the image a lot!!!

    Greetings
    Maria

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  15. Thank you for sharing some tricks of the trade! I love having your blog posts come up in my e-mail....such fabulous POPS of color!

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  16. Great card Eileen - would be really versatile and quite quick to do a whole batch of these for different occasions! Thanks for sharing, Susan

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  17. Lovely card, very striking. Kx

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