Tuesday, May 28, 2019

Ink To Paper Transformation Tuesday {hello}


Welcome to this week's Ink To Paper  Transformation Tuesday post! When I made my original card {see below}, I had so much fun working on creating a realistic looking Terracotta pot, but ended up by covering it up quite a bit. For today's transformed design, I chose to let the pots take center stage. I used the same retro color combination because it reminds me of my childhood and these bright flowers just exude happiness! 

To create the pots, I used my mini MISTI to do all of the stamping. The stamp set that I used for both cards is called You are my Happy. I added Fine Linen ink to the left hand side of the pot and added Terracotta Tile ink to the right hand side at a slight angle. I used my smallest blending brush to tap the ink from the far right side and move it over slightly. I repeated these steps until I got the desired effect. 

 I really love the results that I was able to achieve with such an easy technique. I know I will be trying this again, but with some brighter colors like Hawaiian Shores or Tropical Teal. Once the post were finished, I die cut them using the You are my Happy die collection and set them aside.
 I die cut a white panel using the Nesting Basics Pierced Rectangles and then stamped the stems for the flowers using a combination of Green Parakeet ink and Simply Chartreuse ink. I used my MISTI for these as well to make sure I got the alignment just right as well as the saturation of the colors.
 The flowers were all die cut using the coordinating dies as well and then I used my mini MISTI to get them all stamped quickly. Once I had all of the pieces stamped and ready to go, I got to work assembling the card. Everything is adhered to the card using foam squares for dimension. I used a piece of Bitty Big: Green Parakeet pattern paper underneath the focal panel for just a pop of added color and pattern. 

The sentiment is nestled between the two pots for a fun little "hello", so to speak! LOL! I added some black ink splatters using a black marker and my color spritzing tool. A few sparkling clear sequins finish off this design! Thanks for fluttering by!

6 comments:

Cynthia said...

You said "exude happiness" and I agree!

Peggy said...

What a fun card! Your terra-cotta pots are terrific.

Conniecrafter said...

pretty shading on the pots and sweet flowers

Kelly Lunceford said...

Thank you so much!

Kelly Lunceford said...

Thank you, Peggy! You're so sweet!

Kelly Lunceford said...

Awww....thank you, Cynthia! You're so sweet!