Wednesday, 2 July 2014

Summer Colours With Lavinia


Morning, it's time for a new theme at Lavinia Stamps Challenge.


This time the theme is 
and if you fancy inking up your Lavinia Stamps and joining the challenge this time, you could be in with a chance of winning the £40 voucher on offer!



Not a lot to tell you about today's cards,


 Just some masking, inking and stamping for the first card and some inking,stamping and glittering for the second. Oh, except for the sentiment, for these, I print off whole sheets of A4 card at a time, copying and pasting various sentiments making sure to leave plenty of space between each one so that I can either die cut them or hand cut then I've always got them to hand, It's as easy as that!


I'm using this card for the following challenges:-
CAS79, Bright Colours,
SH365, Summer Brights,
Sketch Saturday 316, Sketch used for second card.

Thanks for stopping by,
Julie.x


11 comments:

Squirrel x said...

Awesome hunny! xx

Zoe said...

Wow! Both are stunning Julie, rich, colourful and classy xx Zoe xx

Hellen said...

love these designs Julie - so gorgeous ! x

Barbara said...

2 gorgeous cards Julie.....love the first one, so clean & crisp (and my fave colours) xx

aileen (mum) said...

Both beautiful cards, Julie. Especially love the rooster on the old fence with the sun behind it. Brilliant

Chris said...

Stunning, Julie! I look forward to seeing what you make with these gorgeous stamps every month... I've not been disappointed yet!:)
Chris
x

aussie aNNie said...

Gorgeous cards, gorgeous designs and gorgeous blog. I have joined as a new follower of your blog and invite you to join mine and enter my candy which is sponsored by three lovely artists....xx
♥aNNie
The Journey is the Start

Cathy P. said...

Love your sunny, colorful take on the sketch! Thanks for playing along at Sketch Saturday. Hugs, Cathyxx

Karen said...

Both lovely bright cards Julie. Love them both. Kx

Jomada-Dawn said...

Love the apparent simplicity of the first card, with the pheasant stamp - I don't think I would ever have considered making a scene like that without filling the whole background with brayered or sponged mountains, etc, but it's very effective to have just the black stamps, the orange sun and that little bit of orange trim at the edge. Less is more! Thanks for the inspiration.

Karen Clare said...

Great designs and gorgeous vibrant colour Julie xx