Thursday, July 5, 2007


More often than not we need a card in a hurry, don't we? This is one of those cards that can be made in mere minutes.

I coloured the Hydrangea by directly using markers on the rubber, stamping it on white shimmer paper. With an Aqua Flo Brush, I then lightly 'blended' the colours.

Both stamps are by Inkadinkado:
Hydrangea - 97151DD
Flourish - 96129J, stamped twice to achieve the border.

It does not show on my scan, but I added a bit of sparkle to the hydrangea blossom with Glimmer Glitter, applied with a soft brush.


Monica said...

I KNEW I should have ordered that hydrangea! So pretty and hard to believe it can be made so quickly. How did you cut the ovals?

(At first I thought I'd clicked on The Card Castle with all the purple! LOL)

Inkerbelle's said...

Yup, this is soooo easy and practically no colouring involved!
I try to stay away from my favourite colour because otherwise, everything I make will be purple. But for some things, it is just the obvious choice, LOL.
I cut the smaller oval with the Giga sized Marvy Punch and the larger one with my Coluzzle. Next time, I will use the Coluzzle for both ovals though, to keep them more uniform.