Tuesday, January 31, 2012

CQC #122 - with love.....

First of all, I need to thank you for all of the heartfelt and kind words.
I am so grateful for all of my blogging friends.
And to those of you that shared your own stories with me, again, thank you. It was certainly helpful to know that I/we are not alone.

I am so happy to be back creating, although very, very, slow to start off!
I was able to scrape up enough mojo after seeing Arielle's colour scheme for this week to create a card for ColourQ.


Yummy, Yummy, Yummy!!

While I was recently perusing Pinterest, (time suck galore!) I came across this technique that inspired me.


Now I'm sure you guys have seen it before, but saw it and really wanted to try it out.
(Click on the picture to head to Lori's blog)

She used a dye ink marker to colour onto one of her clear blocks, then sprayed it with a mister, then smooshed it onto her paper.
I used Distress inks and watercolour paper intead, following the same technique to create my card for this week.


As always, Arielle and the rest of the design team have some utterly amazing samples for you. So head on over to the ColourQ blog and have a look!

Plus there is a new addition to our ColourQ family, Jen Mitchell. We are so very happy to have her, and her beautiful creations.
When you have some time, check out Jen's fabulous blog.

Now it took me some time to create this little card, but once I did the ideas kept rolling in!

I have another card to share........with my leftovers!


And another, yet using different colours.


Thank you all again for being so sweet and for sticking by me in my absence!
Have a wonderful week. :)


24 comments:

  1. Love the way you used that technique -- I filed it away to use later too. The red heart is the perfect touch.

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  2. so glad you are back and feeling better :) This technique looks like fun and you've made the most amazing backgrounds! Love those sweet lovebirds :) Sending you a big hug :)

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  3. Hey friend! So glad you are getting back in the crafty swing of things. I've missed you! Your cards are simply divine. I love the new technique you used and the bird image is so cute.

    P.S. Hope you got my email I sent you.

    Hugs,
    Brandi

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  4. Oh so very awesome Kasia! LOVE that technique and the cards you've made using it!

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  5. When I saw this on the DT site I was SO intrigued! I love this, thanks for sharing the technique! BIG hugs!!

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  6. I'm so glad to see you back this week, and with such stunning creations! This is such a cool technique, and stamping the silhouette over that fabulous background looks amazing.

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  7. These are gorgeous, Kasia! The silhouette image is perfect on the beautiful backgrounds.

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  8. So glad to see you back, Kasia! I've missed your gorgeous work. :) I love how you worked this technique - the backgrounds look so awesome and I love those sweet little birds!

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  9. Stunning! You got me thinking. xo, Marian

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  10. Welcome Back! What a fantastic effect, love all these cards!

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  11. I was so happy to see your card on the cqc blog again -- and what a card it is -- and the others you've made here are just as stunning! I'm gonna have to try that technique soon.

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  12. Your take on the color challenge turned out fabulous. A wonderful technique and I love the look of it. The birds are cute :)
    Your card with blue is my favorite; blue is my favorite color and this one took my breath away....
    Hugs!

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  13. Good to see you back into your crafting Kasia and these are just stunning ways to use the colour combo.
    Love the texture on the blue panel!
    Jenny x

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  14. Wow, this technique is amazing, the results are even more so. Bold colors suite you well!

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  15. Love the BG technique! Sweet card!!

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  16. Both such amazing cards, love both the red and the blue.

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  17. WOW LOVE this technique! Stunning cards!!!

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  18. OMG! That is one cool technique and I love the cards that resulted. I must try it. Thanks for sharing!

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  19. This is totally cool! You rocked it girl!

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