Feb 3, 2017

Paper Artsy Lynne Perrella Pink and Orange Card


This year I aim to enter each and every Paper Artsy challenge.  I find the topics to be quite unique and thought provoking.  For topic #1, Pink & Orange, I decided to play with my new Distress Crayons.  I gessoed a watercolor panel, then scribbled and blended away.  I wasn't quite happy with the result, so I dipped the panel into Distress Inks.


I used this beautiful Lynne Perrella stamp as a focal image, layering with more inky paper, dies, washi & string.  The script is handwritten and the stencil by Carabelle Studio.  I'm happy to be building my stash of birthday cards for this year!


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28 comments:

  1. An amazing creation... the color combination is alway a feast for the eyes and soul!

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  2. autumn, what a treasure this is! You do pink and orange like none other! It looks fabulous with the contrast of the bold black script (I do so wish I were brave enough to do that and had such gorgeous handwriting!) Clock die cut (beautiful!), tape, chit chat sticker and stamping! Knockout background and spot on design! Love it! And you, girlie! Hugs!

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  3. Absolutely Gorgeous Autumn!! I love pink & orange and I just LOVE Lynne Perrella stamps! And you worked these together beautifully! Winner winner!!
    Jackie xo

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  4. Who would have thought that pink and orange would go together but you have put them together beautifully! I love the LP image - she has a little air of mystery about her... Hugs, Anne xx

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  5. Yes I am with you on the paper artsy challenge blog.They provide the most amazing inspiration, techniques and step by steps. I learn such a lot from them. Great colours for the challenge and love your project today x

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  6. This is stunning, Autumn!! The colors are amazing!! The texture is fabulous!! I love the details you added and the beautiful stamp!! This is so gorgeous!! I love, love it!! Have a great weekend, my friend!! Big hugs :)

    Lisa
    A Mermaid's Crafts

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  7. A simple but perfect composition Autumn. Love it! X

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  8. This is gorgeous Autumn, I love how you've used the colour combo here. Carol x

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  9. So dramatic and vibrant; enough to brighten the day of any lucky recipient. Love the threads artfully arranged to add texture and the pops of black for contrast. Beautiful work. TFS

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  10. Oh my! Your background is just dreamy, Autumn. Such a striking card.

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  11. What a gorgeous card Autumn - love the colours and the texture you have attained on this beauty.
    Blessings
    Maxine

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  12. Another awesome stamp, Autumn, you find the best ones! It looks great with that pink and orange background, which is quite beautiful with the added texture and black clock die cut! Another beauty!! Hugs :-)

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  13. This is absolutely glorious autumn! You will enjoy the upcoming topics on paperartsy!
    Lucy x

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  14. Beautiful Autumn! Great use of the black for contrast with the oranges and pinks.

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  15. Hi love how you have used the string in with the different layers. When I try it using string it looks a mess!! Lol. I'm going to try n enter every Paperartsy blog challenge this year too. I have a few distress crayons but not used them much but they look pretty on my craft table lol. Xx

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  16. This is wonderful, I love the string too, and these colours just make me happy xx

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  17. Love the background, well rescued.
    So pleased you joined in over at ATSM. :)

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  18. Great card Autumn. I have decided it's time to brighten things up a bit and this does just that. Happy crafty week, Angela xXx

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  19. This is beautiful, I love the colour combo and how striking the black looks against it Xx

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  20. Pretty Card! Great color combo! Thank you for sharing with us at Die Cuttin' Divas!

    Glenda's Cards

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  21. Funky and Fabulous. Love the bright colours working dramatically with the harsh black .
    hugs x

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  22. Oh, I adore bright colors, I adore LP stamps and I adore your fabulous style in crafting, Autumn! This card is simply brilliant! Thanks for the inspiration, my friend! Big hugs to you! Branka xx

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  23. Oh wow! What a wonderful color combo and not something I would have thought of. Bravo for using it so smashingly well and the results are beautiful. Sounds like you have issued yourself a good challenge. I wish you luck on your endeavor. This card is spectacular and that handwriting in the corner makes it even more special. Awesome sauce and wowzers! Hugz to you muffin.

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  24. What a cheerful, creative card! You have certainly gone out of the box--it's full of imagination and whimsy.
    Blessings,
    Ginny B
    homespuncards.blogspot.com

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