Wednesday, January 10, 2018

Spotlight Stamping.

Into the second week of the Butterfly Challenge
#92 Butterflies + O is for One Layer and/or the colour Ultra Pink.
and here is my next inspiration card for you.
The base is made from Water colour cardstock.
I have used  Imagination Crafts stamps for both the image and the sentiment which I stamped in black ink. I then used a circle punch to cut an aperture from a post it note(which I discarded and  applied the remaining portion  positioning where I thought it looked best over the stamped image. I used a Bright Pink Marvey Le Plume II water colour pen to colour in the circle and then carefully lifted the post it note away to reveal the spotlighted area. Simples!!

Entering into the following challenges:
Ally's Angels #1 Anything goes.
Emerald City Crafts #7 Anything goes.
The House That Stamps Built #13 Things with wings
Unicorn Challenge #28 Anything goes.
Brown Sugar #274 Birthday.
Lil Patch Of Crafty Friends #73 Anything goes.
Artistic Inspirations #192 Anything goes.
Dream Valley #170 Anything goes.
Try Stampin'-or-not on Tuesday#353 Burst of colour.

Hope you will have time to join in .

31 comments:

Di said...

Oh I love this technique - had totally forgotten just how great it can look.

Hugs

Di xx

Margreet said...

Great technique, gorgeous card!
xxx Margreet

Barb said...

What a great stamp and I love the spotlight technique. A very clever one layer card. Barbxx

Mrs.B said...

Hi Mrs A, a lovely image and it looks lovely with the pop of pink.
Avril xx

Jackie Trinder said...

Hi Mrs A this is a stunning card I love the design. I really do struggle with one layer cards. Take care. Hugs Jackie

Mac Mable said...

Such an effective effect with this fabulous technique....gorgeous card x

Tina Z. said...

such a lovely technique!
hugs xx

Ella said...

very nice technique, Valery!
Hugs!

Donna said...

This is fabulous, one layer cards really are difficult, yours is beautiful, like the spotlight.

Lia said...

This is brilliant Mrs. A!!
Lia xx

scrAPpamondo said...

Lovely card with a so clever technique! I have never tough that the circle was made colouring a post-it. Thanks for sharing!

Sue said...

Totally gorgeous Mrs A!!! it's beautiful huggles Sue xx

Jenny L said...

Hi Mrs A,
suc a very lovely technique and super stamped image too.
So inspiring.
Trying to get round to making my entry as I haven't entered for a while.
Lots of crafty love. Jenny L.

Kathleen said...

Super card, love the spotlight idea.

Kath x

cuilliesocks said...

Just beautiful Valery, gorgeous colours and design, Kate x

Liz said...

Super card, Mrs A, clever idea to get the spotlight. xx

Aquarius said...

That's clever!!

Dr Sonia S V said...

Creatively beautiful !!!
Cheers
Dr Sonia

Debbie Dickson said...

The pink makes the black stand out more in that area too! Thank you for joining the Dream Valley challenge.

Esther Asbury said...

Spotlighting is such a fun technique! So happy you linked this up to The House That Stamps Built! Do join us again soon!

KandA said...

Fabulous card Mrs A, the circle of colour looks wonderful with the black stamping xx

Heather said...

Ooo . . . haven't seen this technique on a one-layer card, before. Great idea! Thanks for playing with The House That Stamps Built.

Greta said...

Oh what a beautiful example of the spotlight technique, Mrs. A!

Mia said...

Amazing! Thank you for the inspiration, Valery. Kisses, my friend.

Cara said...

What a beautiful example of spotlighting x

terrie said...

What a great idea for a one layer card...well done Mrs. A

Creations by Shirl said...

Very unique idea! TFS it with BSChallenge~

Dixie Designs by Gill said...

Love this idea. Thanks for entering into Emerald City Crafts Challenge

Donna Scholz said...

Thank you for sharing your beautiful card with us at Try Stampin' on Tuesday, Mrs. A! The spotlight technique always makes such impactful cards. Enjoyed your blog very much! 0Donna

Rae Ann said...

Such a pretty stamp. Your spotlight adds a great pop of color to this card.

Thank you for joining us at Li’l Patch of Crafty Friends for our challenge.

Merry said...

Now that is a clever technique. Pretty card.