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Sunday, 7 January 2018

A New Technique for ME.

Hi there Crafty Friends. 
When I saw the new challenge over at CAS Mix Up
I knew I had to finally try my hand at their
 January Mix Challenge Cling Wrap. 


I played around with a few different elements
and decided that the Brusho one was the nicest.
I do have a few other bits and will keep them for another time.
My Mix is Cling Wrap, Brusho's, Stamping, Die Cuts, Bling.
This time I used the cling wrap technique on SU Glossy card
spritzed with water then added my
Brusho's in Turquoise, Purple and Prussian Blue.
It does have a nice little shine to it.
I cut my top piece with a wonky stitched die twice
and popped it against the background.
My birthday sentiment is from Stampendous
inked in Tim's Mermaid Lagoon.
Finished with a few sequins and gems.
What a fun technique!

Seize the Birthday have started off their challenges
for the New Year with an Anything Goes Theme
so will pop this one over there and a new to me Challenge Blog
SumMore Fun asked for Something New
The heading says it all - New Technique.

UPDATE! Sending this card over to CAS Watercolour for their
January Challenge - Birthday.
Thanks Bonnie & Loll.


Thanks so much for dropping in today and
Thank You for your Kind Comments.



26 comments:

nancy littrell said...

I love how your Brushos cling wrap technique on glossy paper turned out, Ina. I have been wanting to try the technique on glossy paper. So pleased you shared with us at CAS Mix Up. Your card works for our CAS Watercolour Birthday challenge too:-) Hugs...

Cathy said...

Gorgeous card Ina, love that textured background and your design showcases this technique so well, Cathy x

lostinpaper said...

I've not tried this technique, looks like you had a blast, yet another fun bright design Ina!

Bonnie said...

What pretty colors for your cling wrap background, Ina! Love the double die cut and fun birthday sentiment! Thanks so much for sharing this with us at CAS Mix Up!

Christine Alexander said...

Ina, your cling wrap has created such a textured background. It's so pretty the way it peaks through. thanks for joining us at CAS Mix up and CAS Watercolour :)

Loll said...

Your cling wrap and brushos turned out amazing. Gorgeous colours and I love your card design!! Thanks for sharing with us at CAS Mix Up. If you used water with your brushos, you could also enter the CAS Watercolour challenge this month, which is birthday! xx

Shona Erlenborn said...

Love this and spent quite some time looking at some of the tutorials too! Lots of inspiration. I love your idea of the brusho background in the background. Fabulous make for sure!

Mac Mable said...

Great technique and great effect with those glorious colours x

Cheri said...

Wow, wow, wow!!!! Love this gorgeous card!!! I haven't done this technique in quite some time...you've inspired me, once again! Hugs, SS.

Judy Woodland said...

STUNNING!!! Isn't that cling wrap technique fun? Every piece comes out different. I love how you have showcased it here with the wonky die cuts, the blue colors against the white just make the card pop. This is just gorgeous, my friend!!!

Verna Angerhofer said...

I love that pretty blue background you made and really love how you designed this card. It is so attractive in every way. Thanks for sharing.

Julia Aston said...

I love the look of your curvy die cuts layered over your beautiful background Ina! and the sentiment in blue is perfect! thanks for joining us in the CAS Mix Up! Julia xx

JoAnn said...

Wow, you did a great job with this "new" technique. I love your pretty card. Thanks so much for sharing with us at Seize the Birthday.

Linda said...

A beautiful brushoed piece Ina.

Susan said...

Wonderful shades of blue in the Brushos section. Love the way it's set in the die cut section. Thanks for joining us at CAS Watercolour and CAS Mix Up.

Scrapper69 said...

What a COOL Technique! I love the colors and design as well! Thanks so much for playing along with us over at SumMore Fun Stamps Challenge! We hope you can join us again soon!

Theresa (SumMore Fun DT)

Bobby said...

Your technique turned out beautifully, Ina, and I love the way you cut the panel.

Loose Stitches said...

Oh WOW, gorgeous card Ina, love how you have the top paper open to show your beautiful creation!
Hugs, Sherry x
Loose Stitches and Unraveled Threads

Heather Ferguson said...

What a fabulous card, love the design and how pretty those colors are, I am going to have to try this technique, the results are awesome. Thank you for joining us at SumMore Fun/Victorine Originals
~DT Heather

Beth F. said...

What a wonderful card! I have never done that technique either, but it looks great. Thanks for joining us with our current mood board challenge at SumMore Fun!

Barb Ghig said...

Hello Ina,
I owe you an apology...I didn't see your card until just now, and I have just submitted mine which is almost identical to yours...I'm so sorry! On that note, I should also tell you how much I love your design! Great minds think alike, right? Have a great weekend, Barb

Amy Martin said...

Such a Beautiful card. Im really loving the background. Going to have to try this technique soon. Thank you for joining us and playing along with our Mood Board Challenge at the SumMoreFun blog. DT-Amy

Lisa Mensing said...

Great results from the cling wrap technique. Your color combo is gorgeous. Thanks for playing along at SumMore Fun's Something New Challenge. DTL Lisa

Jamie Wright said...

I love this card! Your background is awesome, and I love the shape you cut out to showcase that! Thanks for joining us at SumMore Fun for our try-something-new mood board! Hope to see you again! ~DT Jamie

M Samuelson said...

What a Beautiful card for the Victorine ~ SumMoreFun challenge. We hope to see you entering more of your stunning projects into our challenges in the future, thank you for joining in with us. DT MaryAnn

Sharon Smith said...

Gorgeous card the layering is so effective and the cling wrap technique looks great.
Thanks for joining our mood board challenge at SumMore Fun and good luck!
Sharon - DT member for Sum More Fun!