Saturday, 21 March 2015

My Time To Craft GDT - Silhouette Image

Hello... I hope you are all well today.... it's time for another challenge over at 



I am Guest Designer and this week's theme is 

'Silhouette Image'
(black image either stamped, printed or die cut)

I've used a Lavinia Stamp Set that was free with my Papercraft Essentials magazine last year.  I got my Ink Dusting Brushes out and made a mask for the moon..... 


I've used Tim Holtz Inks - Faded Jeans and Wild Honey on the above card. Glitz Paper - Vintage Blue. I've used some Stickle Glitter on the fairy dust in both cards... but it looks really naff in the photos!! it looks better irl honestly!


On the above card...Tim Holtz Inks - Faded Jeans and Tattered Rose. Glitz Paper - Vintage Blue..... not sure why this card looks orange at the bottom... as in real life it's a beautiful pink! the camera is playing tricks again!

I really enjoyed getting inky... it's a long time since I've done anything like this!

Hope you can pop over to My Time To Craft and see the rest of the teamies wonderful creations!

Did you see the solar eclipse yesterday in UK? I watched it on TV with my mum as it was too cloudy to see anything here irl. They had filmed it from a plane and it looked really amazing. I keep wondering how people in bygone times must have felt when it happened though... before they knew about how the planets moved around each other etc... it must have been quite terrifying and if you were in a place that went totally dark... bet they thought the world was coming to an end!

Hope you all have a good weekend... enjoy the NEC Show if you are going. I've come down with yet another cold and so am staying in warm and snug and doing some crafting! :-)

Thanks for visiting my blog and for all your lovely comments! 
Take Care
Love and Hugs

21 comments:

Jo said...

Beautiful cards Sue, those stamps are so lovely. Stay warm & snug hun & enjoy your crafting!
hugs Jo x

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Sharon said...

Your cards are gorgeous Sue. I love this image and your background colouring is fabulous.
Have a lovely weekend.
Hugs Sharon. x

cotnob said...

Two beautiful cards Sue, your silhouette image is gorgeous and I love your inked backgrounds.
It was cloudy here as well, 15 miles down the road at Stonehenge it was clear enough to see, never mind it was probably safer to watch it on the telly!
I hope you soon get rid of your cold.
Pauline
x

Chrissy said...

Two gorgeous cards Sue and I just love the Fairy..beautiful detail on her wings and love the verse. Fabulous masking and colours..gorgeous.

luv CHRISSYxx

Pia S said...

These fairy silhouette cards look amazing, Sue! You sure know how to use your inks! The backgrounds are beautifully made and these cards are so versatile!

Pat said...

Two beautiful cards Sue, love all the images you used and the lovely background colours. Sorry to hear you have a cold, hopefully it won't last too long with the weather warming up, it has been such a lovely day again here today. Hope you have a good weekend.

Pat xx

chrissy xx said...

I LOve them both Sue..I think I have these stamps too...but, never used them. This first one is so dreamy I LOve that sentiment and the gold on the bottom is prefect! Your extra stamps on this second one gives it a lovely scene and again...LOve your papers..
We watched it on TV too..far to cloudy for us...Sorry to hear your down with yet another cold! Roll on Summer..
Chrissyxx

Sue said...

These are stunning Sue. The images are gorgeous and your background inking looks amazing. I love the papers you have used too.
Sorry to hear you are suffering with another cold, I hope you feel better soon.
Take care,
hugs Sue xx

Tammy said...

Oh Sue, both of these cards are absolutely gorgeous! I love that fairy image and your stunning backgrounds, fab sentiment on the first card too!! I hope you feel better!
Big hugs, Tammy

Kelly Lloyd said...

Sue these are wonderful...

I've always wanted to try creating these backgrounds, so today I finally purchase some ink and dusting brushes from inkalicious at the NEC and even grabbed some stamps too..

Kelly xx

MagsB said...

These are gorgeous, Sue! The inked backgrounds look so lovely against those romantic silhouettes!

love Mags B x

McCrafty's Cards said...

These are both really beautiful Sue, I must give this a go
Kevin xx

Craftin Suzie (Susan Flynn) said...

These are two beauties Sue. The Lavinia fairies are gorgeous and what a fab job on the inking! Hope your cold is starting to improve, stay warm! Hugs Susan x

Shell Shearer Swinscoe said...

Lol great minds & all that heehee!
Oh I am sorry you have a cold again, sending you huge hugs xx
Just love the colours you have used on your cards & the stamps....well I think they are fabulous lol!
Have a great Sunday
Hugs Shell xx

Ira Huberts said...

Oh wow Sue! These are both gorgeous! Love your backgrounds, they make the pretty stamped fairies stand out beautifully. And that quote stamp is awsesome, too! Love your choice of DP, as well, fab makes!! Hugs, Ira xox
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KraftyKoolKat said...

Two such beautiful creations sweetie.
It was too cloudy here too to see the eclipse. Looked good on the tele though.
Had a good but tiring time at the NEC, but was pleased with my purchases.
Playing catch up on my work now. Lol!!! Apart from my DT work and commenting I now have an order for 5 cards. This customer really pushes my brain to the limit and they mustn't be large either or raised.
Hugs
Cathy
xxxx

mixamatoasties said...

Sue, these are beautiful!!

Susan xx

Jacee said...

Wonderful cards Sue, so striking!
hugs Jacee
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meg said...

Stunning cards Sue, love the backgrounds they are blended so beautifully my attempts haven't proved successful so far ,The fairies and sentiment stand out so well against the background. Take care I hope you feel better soon. Hugs Meg x

coops said...

both so stunning sue.i love silhouette images and your fairies are beautiful :D

xx coops xx

Danielle Vincent said...

Ohhhh both of these are so gorgeous!! I especially like the colors of the first one though - stunning! Hugs D