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Echo Park Blog Hop with Imagine

Greetings! This is my second post for the day. This one is not part of the 31 Days of Halloween, but rather a super-duper blog hop that the Artists in Residence for Imagine are doing with Echo Park. So if you're here for my Day 7 project, please check out the post HERE. But before you do that, scroll on to check out this one. There are prizes up for grabs, so be sure to check out the Imagine Blog as well as the Echo Park Blogs for details.

I created my background by applying Dandelion and Tangelo Memento Ink to my brayer. Then I sprayed it with Ink Potion No. 9 to help the colors blend and to act as an extender to keep the inks wet longer. After I rolled the colors out on to watercolor paper and let it dry, I stamped the lovely doily-like image from Echo Park's Simply Sweet Stamp Set with Grape Jelly Memento.


I also received the super pretty Heart Doily Designer Die which I used with a true purple cardstock. But it needed something....and in rolls the super fabulous Delicata Inks! I added touches of White Shimmer and Celestial Copper. I love the shimmer of the White so much, that I even added it to the background that I created. I added my pieces to a deep orange card base and a simple button on top of the die cut.

I mentioned that this is my second post for the day.I would love for you to check out my other post, and to further encourage you...I used the Heart Doily die cut on that project as well! Please be sure to also check out the rest of the fabulous artists involved in this hop. All of their links are below. Thanks for stopping by. Have an inspiring day!




Comments

Rachel Chamblin said…
Beautiful! I love the colors!
Karen Judy said…
Wow, I would never have thought to use these doily imagines in this way! Very unique and pretty. It's nice to see doilies used in a way that isn't related to flowers.
Wow!!! this is gorgeous!!
Thank you for sharing!!
Linda said…
Love the doily look. Very pretty.
Kath said…
Great all occasion card. Love your techniques.
What a cool way to use the doilies! Love it :)
Laura P. said…
Interesting technique!
Laura P. said…
Interesting technique! :-)
Laura P. said…
Very interesting - something pretty for Halloween!
Amy C. said…
Beautiful and intricate die! Your card is beautiful.
Marlyn Rojas said…
Beautiful heart doily die, great color combination.
Fun with Paper said…
Love the Echo Park dollie stamp will have to hunt for one. The shimmer is great on your diecut as well. Thank you for sharing
Just stunning! Love the colors and the details you created.
Neva Cole said…
Love this simple card but oh so elegant card!
Jeneanne Casey said…
Beautiful card. Love the colors and doily die cut.
Nikki C said…
Do delicate and perfect for halloween with those colours
Viki Banaszak said…
The background is so pretty! It really shows off the doily images.
Adnilka said…
Love this doily card! So, so pretty.
Denise Bryant said…
Love the color combo and pretty doily die you used! Great card!
cindybearj said…
I love this card. It is so creative using those colors. I love doilies too. I love your web site, it's so Halloween-y!
Patries said…
I love doilies ... stamps and dies, super colors!
Preety said…
Such a cute lil card :) loved the color palette. Thanks for sharing !!
sammi said…
Fabulous! The colors provide such a stunning effect!
Tracey said…
Beautiful card!
Susan Lang said…
Great colors, great card!
Mary Holshouser said…
Very pretty. It might not be
part of the 31-days but would fit in
very well.
Love the use of the doilies.
thanks for sharing.
Jenniferk said…
Beautiful card, I really love the color combination that you used!
Noreen said…
Love the great vintage look with just doilies and a button!

Noreen
Crafty Journal
scrapfabulous said…
Very nice! Love the colors!
Karenladd said…
I'm all about doilies in every shape and form, and this is a gorgeous card. Love the sponged ink background and layers!
Joan V said…
Oh, this is so different. I have a doily stamp and never know own what to do with it. Love that pop of orange with the button. Thanks for sharing.
Barb in AK said…
This is so pretty, and I LOVE doilies <3
Anneke said…
Interesting card! Thanks for sharing :)
Hugs Anneke
Melanie said…
Thank you so much for the inspiration and the giveaway!!
love the colors!
Jean said…
Just love the doilies!
bkazoo said…
clever use of dolies
kReN K said…
Great project! I am your newest follower and hope you will stop by and follow me too! kReN @
http://afourthlife.blogspot.com

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