Monday, June 2, 2008

Dusk Sympathy




I have really enjoyed Michelle Zindorf's blog since the day she started it. She has such a wonderful style of card making. You must go check her blog out!!



I used her brayering technique on this sympathy card. Started with summer sun along the bottom, then added pumpkin pie across the top and finished off with really rust at the very top and corners. And some close to cocoa and chocolate chip sponged across the bottome. The setting sun was made from a post it note!! Simple!!


Supplies: Cardstock-brown (Bazzill), Apricot Appeal, Whisper White (Stampin' Up!); Stamps-Pond Life, Simple Little Things (both Papertrey Ink), Of a Feather (Memory Box); Ink-Summer Sun, Pumpkin Pie, Really Rust, Close to Cocoa, Chocolate Chip (all Stampin' Up!), StazOn Jet Black; Other-brayer, post it note, versamark pen, clear embossing powder, sponge.

Thanks for visiting.
Donelda

9 comments:

Tracey said...

WOW this is really a gorgeous card Donelda :) Thanks for the link Im off to check it out.

Suzanne said...

Awesome job Donelda! I love her blog too but I have not been brave enough to try her techniques yet.

Jane said...

Wow...stunning!

Jane
SBS4

catt871 said...

STUNNING!!!! LOVE the brayering job and those silhouette stamps......I wish I had bought that bird one like you and Lorinna did!!!
Chris

dcorder said...

Donelda! I'm not sure why you said your muse was on vacation - this is gorgeous! Exactly what I expect from you every time. BEAUTIFUL!!!

Seleise said...

this is absolutely beautiful, Donelda! great job!

Linda said...

I REALLY,REALLY like this card. I have been trying to master that brayered sky technique but I still haven't made anything worth showing off. Great job.

Anonymous said...

Wow ... you really rocked that technique ... gorgeous.

Alyssa said...

Stunning! I think you've captured the technique beautifully! :o) I wonder, have you ever tried to stamp in VersaMark first, then on your ink pad? I'm curious and might have to try this instead of the marker technique. :o)