Subtle but Inktense (video)!

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Playing with my Inktense pencils and some pretty Penny Black products, I wanted to create a subtle look, so a very simple card today.  I filmed as I created so you could watch the process….    I did have a moment half way through where I thought ‘I’m not sure if I like this’, but continued on and am happy with how it turned out in the end.

You can see my video here or Watch it at Youtube.

Thank You - Detail
Thank You – Detail
Thank You
Thank You

 I was inspired by the Curtain Call Challenge and their fantastic Inspiration photo, even though we are in the middle of a heat wave here lol.

winter wonder

I would also like to share my card with Simon Says Stamp at their Anything Goes Challenge this week!

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Other Supplies:  Inktense Pencils – White, Charcoal Grey, Neutral Grey, Mustard, Sicilian Yellow.

20 thoughts on “Subtle but Inktense (video)!

  1. Very pretty card. Like the watercolor look you got, along with the awesome sentiment stamped in bold white! TFS!

  2. I’d trade you 20 degrees of your heat for equal amounts of our bitter cold! At 10:00 in the morning, it’s still below zero here, but the sunshine is glorious! And speaking of glorious…this card is just that. All that embossing and the subtle yellow is fantastic. It’s one of my very favorites of your creations. Just beautiful. : )

  3. Gorgeous take on the inspiration photo, Therese! I love this color palette so much, and your design is so elegant!
    A heat wave? Oh my, it’s 20 degrees outside…I suppose both extremes have their drawbacks, right?

  4. So lovely, Therese … subtle, soft, understated … and completely gorgeous! Our heat wave’s coming from the woodburner at the moment … fighting off the freezing fog! Anita 🙂

  5. This was fantastic to watch, Just bought some Faber Castell watercolour pencils on Sunday and have been playing around with them. They work really well, just need more practice. I’ve never seen that clear adhesive sheet either, what a great way to stick down vellum. Must see if I can track some down……

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