Thursday, 8 June 2017

Seize The Birthday - One Layer


Welcome to a new challenge at Seize The Birthday.  This week's challenge is the dreaded one-layer - you either love it or hate it and I love it!

For my one-layer card I cut a mask slightly smaller than the card, then die-cut the butterfly (STAMPlorations Flutter Zen I), sprinkled PaperArtsy Infusions powders and spritzed.  Look at all that spritzy goodness!


I love playing with Infusions.  The added walnut stain means that there's an unpredictability about how much the walnut will mix.

Anyway, back to the challenge.  Our surprise guest designer is Lindsey of Bashful Blogging.  Pop on over to the Seize The Birthday blog for inspiration from Lindsey and the Design Team, and play along with us.

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13 comments:

  1. wow! this looks so pretty :) i love the artsy look of the colors.
    hugs
    preeti

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  2. This is sooooooo cool Shirley! I love the colors and the cool 'border' that you created!

    Been MIA again....yep, enjoying fun time playing in the yard and garden. Likely won't be stopping by as often...until the weather changes back to winter!

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  3. Fantastic card, love the infusions, Cathy x

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  4. This is over the top gorgeous! Love all those amazing colors!

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  5. Oh, wowzer! Spectacular!! I can hardly believe that it is a one layer card, what fantastic masking, and the color bursts are just amazing!!
    xx Ashwini

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  6. I love, love, love this card. I have not heard of infusions. I have been inspired and my add this to my supplies.

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  7. Incredible, Amazing, Ingenious! Love Love Love!

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  8. Wow !!! The spritzed powders created a dramatic effect! Gorgeous one layer design!!!

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  9. Amazing!! I love every perfect detail of this outstanding card!!

    Patti

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  10. Wowzer! This is sooooo beautiful! How do these compare to other crystal colours?

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    1. I've got to admit I like them better than Brushos because they've got walnut ink crystals added in, which gives a bit of depth to the colours as the walnut dissolves. You can get some pretty random results!

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  11. This is stunning! Absolutely love everything about it.

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  12. This is so pretty. Love it.

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