Wednesday, 5 February 2020

More inky splatters for Country View Challenges

Good morning I am back with my 2nd design team piece for Country View Challenges. This month the theme is splatter's splashes and drips.
 So we would like to see all your inky/painty splattered creations and one lucky randomly selected entry will receive a £20 gift code to spent on the website. 
All the details can be found here.

For my first card I went for a "cute" today I have gone to the opposite style of grunge. I thought I would make a very grungy splodged and splattered card using the amazing Visible Image Art rebel set
I used a sheet of paint "mop up gelprint" from my stash and stamped the images randomly.
I cut this down to size
and added more splodges of ink using the Visible Image ink splodge set
Then I stamped and embossed the art rebel and cut the lens out of one side of the goggles. I stamped the fish eye onto the other side. I added a little distress ink for subtle colouring to the image.
I also used the Happy Birthday sentiment from the VI Go to words set. I also die cut cogs and pipes from old Tim Holtz sets.
 
Then it was time to put my design together, adding Glossy Accents to the goggles for extra dimension and effect.
Here is my finished card.

I would like to link up with the following challenges;

Lil patch of crafting friends 2/3 anything goes
Crafter's castle 2/3 anything goes
Love to craft 2/3 anything goes
Simon says Wednesday anything goes
Crafty catz 3/3 anything goes
Uniko 3/3 anything goes
Through the craft room door 1/3 anything goes
Crafty sentiments 1/3 anything goes
Unicorn blog 1/3 anything goes

I hope I may have inspired you to join in with our challenge. You can use any stamps/products, the choice is yours. 
You can enter our challenge as many times as you like and combine with other challenges. There is also a £20 crafting voucher up for grabs to the lucky randomly selected winner to spend over on the Country View Crafts on line store. Remember that UK postage and packing is absolutely FREE! Once again all the details for the February challenge can be found here.

Bye for now,

Jane x

11 comments:

  1. Vivid and striking image and use of those blue colours here. Thanks for joining us in the latest Uniko challenge.

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  2. Always so much work in your cards Jane ... brilliant!!
    Enjoy the rest fo your week my friend,
    V x

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  3. Fabulous card! Your attention to detail is spectacular! Thanks for joining us and good luck with with your entry!
    Hugs, Joy
    Joyfully Stamps
    Lil Patch of Crafty Friends, Owner/Coordinator

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  4. That one is a bit scary, but beautifully done! ((hugs)), Teresa :-)

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  5. Oh, love all that texture! The colors are perfect, too! Thanks for joining us for this month’s challenge at Crafter’s Castle! Hugs! Mynn xx

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  6. He is definitely scary... but i's a very cool card with a great grungy background, Jane! xx

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  7. Fabulous creation! Thank you for sharing with us over at Love To Craft. We hope to see you again.
    ~ DT Sherry xx

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  8. I love this Jane, this is one of my favourite VI stamp sets. Have a fun week, Sue xx

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  9. Another gorgeous design in the gallery!
    Thanks for playing along at Uniko!

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  10. That'S a cool mixed media project!

    Thanks for your upload to the Uniko Challenge #57.
    Greetings from Wiebke (Uniko Brand Ambassador Team)

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  11. This is awesome! Thanks so much for sharing with us in the Love To Craft Challenge Blog's February Anything Goes challenge! We hope you visit us often!
    Hugs,
    Irena, LTCCB DT

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