Saturday, 26 October 2019

Make your own background at Allsorts

Allsorts challenge 543 and the lovely Lynn has chosen the theme of....

'Make your own background.'
She does not want to see any designer papers at all.
So paper piecing is out for me this week.

Our fabulous sponsor this week is Crafty Devils with this set of four stencils.




The image is a Honey Doo Crafts - Delicate dandelions stamp.
Heat embossed wit HDC white white embossing powder.
  The background is using a mixture of Distressed Ink and Distressed Oxide pads.
I have to say that I do prefer the Distressed Inks to the Oxides as they have more of a sheen on them.
The sentiment stamp is LOTV.
Border die is an old Die-Namics.

Thanks so much for popping by and any comments you are kind enough to leave.

Kath x

15 comments:

meg said...

The background looks amazing love the shades of green you used the beautiful stamp pops against it the white embossing powder finish is stunning love it

brenda said...

Love the blue and green colour palette Kath, despite the old saying that my Gran used to use that it should never been seen, it does work so well. Great resist stamping as well.

I think DI's are very much a personal preference and depends what you want to do with them, you are right about Oxides as they have a chalky finish, although are my favs.

B x

Sandra H said...

Aw wow Kath this is stunning l just love the colour and the oval scalloped shape die and the floral arrangement so beautiful enjoy your weekend x

Wendy L said...

Wonderful colours Kath, beautiful card, xxxx

Chris said...

Wow Kath, this one is a stunner!!! LOVE the background colours, they contrast so beautifully with the gorgeous white embossed dandelion stamp.
Have a good weekend
xx

Sarn said...

Lovely large dandelion stamp which stands out nicely from your gorgeously inked background

Hugs, Sarn xxx

Jenny L said...

Hi Kath,
oh I love this card and your super inked background is a gorgeous colour.
Love that stamp also it's so lovely in the white embosssing powder.
A great broder die cut also it finishes off the card perfectly.
Lots of crafty love. Jenny L.

chrissy xx said...

What a great stamp Kathleen. LOve how you've manage to emboss such a delicate stamp onto your card. Makes my wonder why we actually buy papers when a Fabulous background can be made like this. LOve it.
Chrissyxx

Ellibelle said...

So beautifully done Kath. Love the colors!

cotnob said...

A beautiful card Kath, lovely colours - so pretty.
Pauline - Crafting with Cotnob
x

Mrs A. said...

Well you could do paper piecing if you made your own design paper. How about getting the shaving foam out ! Love your background colours. I bought a set of oxides and still haven’t unwrapped them so csn’t Say if
I like them better or not. Hugs Mrs A.

Sandma's Handmade Cards said...

This is beautiful Kath and I love the colour combination. The stamp is gorgeous too. Hope you're having a lovely weekend x

Sue said...

Love the different shades on your card Kath it's really beautiful! and thank you for all your kind thoughts about Paul huggles Sue x

Linby said...

The white looks so lovely against your lush colourful background.

Tracy said...

This is gorgeous Kath, and I love the colour.
Happy crafting
Tracy x