Tuesday, 22 September 2015

I is for ink dusting

You will probably have seen various examples of ink dusting on my cards over the years,
and I used this technique on the swaps that I made for our Julies' Jems Quarterly training
event last Saturday - here's what I made.
See the Winter's scene I have created on these two cards,
showing you the view from inside the house, looking out.
This has been created by stamping the trees, masking off a circle for the moon,
 then using the ink dusting technique to apply Night of Navy ink to make the sky.



The third card that I made was of the scene viewed from the outside looking in
This was just stamped, glittered  and lace ribbon used for the net curtains!

I'll pop back in the morning and add the list of materials used.
It's getting late and I think I am coming down with a cold after having a runny nose,
sneezing and coughing for most of the day!!
So it's off to bed with some cold/flu capsules and hope to get a good nights sleep.


  1. Fantastic cards Kate and a great technique with the stamps and inks xx

  2. Morning Kate, these are fabulous!
    Linda xxx

  3. Stunning cards Kate... Thank you for swapping with me! Really hope the cold is a small version!

  4. these are very Beautiful Kate great stamping and design
    Gr Karin

  5. Lovely Cards each so individual Hugs Sand xx

  6. Lovely cards and little scenes. Hope you feel better soon. Creative Blessings, Tracy x

  7. Sweet friend, how are you? I have missed "seeing" you around the blogging community. Your card {as always} are simply lovely.

    Much love to you!

  8. Hi Kate these are gorgeous Christmas cards. Hugs Jackie

  9. I love these cards - I kept the one I made as I like it too much to give away!!


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