First sepia card.

It’s the weekend, at last, and what busy week it has been.  As some of you will already know the lovely Sarah Hurley shall be on our screens on Create & Craft demoing Letraset goodies, details of the shows can be found here on Sarahs blog.  Sarah asked us for some new samples to spruce up her on screen work area, and I thought I would try a sepia card after being inspired by the last show I watched Sarah doing.
 
I have became slightly obsessed with sepia, and can’t believe how good it looks using only 5 colours.  I used Burnt Sienna, Cinnamon, Tan, Putty and Tan and simply alternated the combination of them on this Saturated Canary digi stamp. I also popped some tiny pearls in her hair to make her a wee bit more glamorous.

Ingredients
Fancy Digi Stamp from Saturated Canary
Coloured with Promarkers and Flexmarkers
Cuttlebug embossing folder
Bazzill Basics card
Sentiment from a Kanban set
Nesties
Ribbon, flatback pearls, card candi and card blank from stash.
 
I hope you can tune in on Sunday and Monday and maybe learn some new tricks xx
 
 
I would like to enter her into the following challenge;
Bloggers – Embossing
Art Impressions Stamps – Girlfriends
Paper Crafting Journey – Monochromatic
I Love Promarkers – Embossing
Whimsical Designs – Embossing
Bunny Zoes Crafts – Favourite Colour Combination
Melonheadz Friends – Make it girly
Sparkle N Sprinkle – Must use a digi

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11 thoughts on “First sepia card.

  1. I do love these Saturated Canary figures (although I don't own any). Well done Carol for 'seizing the day' and colouring one in the way you wanted to – if this is your first one, I think the next one will be even more perfect – is that possible? Well done!!

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