Sunday 7 February 2016

One layer - lots of inking.

Back with my second post of the day - this time something I created using Cardio stamps. I always watch with amazement when Wendy at Cardio and Barbara at Clarity demonstrate these techniques on TV....and it always makes me want to get my stamps out and have a go.

So on this occasion, I decided to leave my pens and pencils alone, and just go with inks and paper.

I ended up with stuff all over the certainly isn't one for lap top crafting in front of the telly, but I am always a little excited by what will be revealed when you lift up that little scrap of paper.

So there we have it - a simple one layer card....hope it made you smile too.

Sharon x



  1. A super card for our CAS theme Sharon and great masking and stamping.

    Many thanks for joining us at Allsorts challenge.

    B x

  2. Beautiful card. I love your stamping technique. Thanks for sharing with us at Craft Your Passion this week. Good luck!!! Patricia.

  3. It certainly made me smile Sharon and I know exactly what you mean. I love messy crafting, it's so satisfying I just love inks and stuff all over!! - but it takes so much time to clean it all up again lol hugs Judith x

  4. This is my favourite crafting....Distress Inks and a piece of card. Your card is stunning. Love the colours and the scene you have created. Hugs, Carol S.xx

  5. Wow, gorgeous and just one layer! Thanks for sharing with us at Craft your Passion challenges this week!

  6. Adorable. Just love this awesome card and thanks so much for sharing with us at our current challenge... {aNNie Crafty Friends Challenge DT Member}

  7. Wow what a beautiful card . Good for you trying something different, I feel exactly the same when I see these types of cards made. You've inspired me to give it a go.Love it. Thanks for joining us at Ruby's rainbow. Good luck. Hugs xxx

  8. Hi Sharon, hope you are well. Thanks for keeping it CAS for our challenge at allsorts tracy x


I love to receive your comments, so thanks so much for taking the time to visit me and tell me what you think. Happy crafting! Sharon