This month the challenge at Power & Spark is to try the No line technique. Oh Wow! Something that I admire when I see it, but not so easy to recreate. OK, that is what a challenge is all about. So I have to give it a try. This is the first card that I have done after looking at a thousand videos. ( not really a thousand) But after all is done, I think that I will be doing another one soon.
Here is the card that I finished with the no line technique
This card morphed into something completely different than I first planned. It was going to be a flat card that could easily be mailed. After completing design and coloring the flower, I really didn't like how the little flower was done. I did like the large spray. Solution, fussy cut it out. OK, now we are on our way, but just putting it on the card front was not quite right. So I die cut the oval. Too much blue showing, not right. I had these layered dies form Lori Whitlock on my desk, and thought that completed the card. OK, now I am happy and we are on the way to posting. All of a sudden, there appears a dark smudge on this white card. Happens to me a lot of the time. Don't know why, maybe smudge from my fingers. White card stock and me just don't mix. My usual fix is to cover it up, so that is why I went back and did the small group of flowers to cover the smudge. Too much information? Well, I bet you all have a similar story and this is mine.
This card will be entered in the Power and Spark challenge this month. You have lots of time to enter. Come on join in the fun. Look out, I will be doing another one soon.
Ingredients: Power Poppy Azalea stamp
Water color paper
Gina K Designs card stock in Power Blue
Distress ink Antique Linen
Zig water color markers
Oval die from Lil'Inker
Lori Whitlock die, cut on my silhouette
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