Tuesday, August 09, 2016

City Crafter 324

Hello...

It's Marina's turn to host the challenge at City Crafter this week and she's chosen a fabulous one for us


Synchronised Swim


The challenge is to make a project inspired by the photo... The colours, shapes or the swimming

It's not often that I have an idea right away but I did for this...


I cut out a shape from some scrap card using the hillside border dies (Lil'Inkers) and sponged various distress inks in a circular shape all around the front piece of CS.


Then I splashed water on to give it an underwater feel and added some coral die cuts by Avery Elle, some gems and a computer generated sentiment printed onto acetate


I loved this challenge, it really pushed me to make something vibrant and, well, different.

Hop on over to the blog to see what the rest of our team and our Guest designer Davi have created. I hope you'll be inspired to join us I'm really looking forward to see what you come up with.

Have a great day!

~ Ros ~

16 comments:

Diane said...

WOW!! This is stunning and so very creative, a piece of art for sure...I love it, love it!!

Pamellia Johnson said...

Wow Ros, stunning design. My floats around card following those amazing swirls. Beautiful contrast and love the bling bubbles! hugs :)

Darlene said...

OMG this is amazing Ros! Thanks for the tips on how you created the background ... I will have to give that a try ... AWESOME!!

Davi said...

Awesome Ros!! I love the radiating shape and the colors with the water splashes give it a cool underwater look ;)

Sylvia said...

Your card is beautiful, Ros, I love the flowing of the colors like water! Have a beautiful Tuesday!

Leslie Miller said...

Well, for heaven's sake! This is so beyond fabulous I hardly know what to say. The colors! The design! Your imagination! A hillside die? WOW!

Kirsty Vittetoe said...

What an awesome creation!

Maria said...

Oh, my! Vibrant and so beautiful, Ros! Amazing design...love it!!

Lisette Baker said...

Great take on the challenge, gorgeous colours and I love the gems as bubbles.

Mac Mable said...

Ohhh what a wow card, yes different, vibrant and so creative using the hillside die for blending/sponging. Fabulous colours and the design really draws your eye into the centre...Very clever and love it!

Victoriya N said...

So beautiful, Ros! Wonderful!

Stella said...

Jaw dropping gorgeous. Wow. your take is brilliant! (I feel such a dork with my chirstmas card...)

Greta said...

Brilliant use of the inspiration photo, Ros! So creative & beautiful!

Kathy Krug said...

Fabulous take on this challenge. Love the shades of blue with that bold green and the sentiment is so great on the acetate.

Mona Pendleton said...

Oh my Ros! What a beautiful card! That background is mesmerizing! Love the sentiment!

Marina said...

What a fabulous effect you've achieved - so arty and beautiful.

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