February 23, 2011

Godelieve *Day 3*

Good morning, my friends! Running a bit behind so this post is a quickie!
Today I have a set of cards by Godelieve:And I just had to make some blue and green flowers with a light grey text background:
All Stamps Hero Arts CG125 Friend Definition, CG271 Large Blossom, Magical Background
**Edited to add**
Directions for making the center panel of this card:
1. Stamp CG125 Friend Definition with Pumice Stone Distress Ink on white cardstock. Make sure that this ink is completely dry (I used a heat gun to zap mine...) before going on to the next step.
2. Stamp CG271 Large Blossom directly over text using VersaMark ink. Sprinkle with clear embossing powder and heat.
3. Apply Distress Inks directly over embossed image. I used the foam applicators and Broken China and Crushed Olive Distress Ink. Wipe with a baby wipe to remove ink from embossed areas.
4. Use Ranger Cut N' Dry Nibs to add shading to the center of the flowers. I used Faded Jeans and Forest Moss Distress Ink with the nibs. Just press the tip of the nib on your ink pad and then color directly on your image.
Thanks for peeking! See you tomorrow with another beauty from Godelieve.

30 comments :

Brenda said...

Beautiful works of art! Love that blue and green together!

Sandra said...

wow, once again 2 beautiful pieces of art - love them both ... out to hunt down Godelieve!
Thanks for the inspiration.
Sandra ltb

stamping sue said...

Beautiful flowers!
stamping sue
http://stampingsueinconnecticut.blogspot.com/

Kathy said...

Godelieve's card is beautiful and your inspired card is just amazing! Love the color choices.

Frieda said...

Oh WOW !
Wunderschön !!

Danke für die Inspiration !!

lg Frieda

Barb said...

Love this combination with the light gray in the background! Godelieve's Alcohol Inked flowers are gorgeous! Wonderful take too, Jill!

CinnamonSally said...

Stunning, I love the rich blues and greens of these cards!

Anonymous said...

What great colors in these two cards. MOM

Michelle said...

Both cards are AMAZING! Your take is just AWESOME! I wish I could tap your creative juices and make beautiful cards like you! ;)

Kathy (krolski) said...

Love the blue and green together! Gorgeous cards!!

Kelly Booth said...

Love love love love! Wow!

pcm said...

just beautiful! both yours and hers!

Sharon D from Canada said...

THUD!!!! My poor jaw!!! SO gorgeous!!!!

Godelieve said...

Your card looks gorgeous Jill, so vibrant, love that!!
Really fantastic coloring!

Nancy said...

wow....blue and green never looked so beautiful together! such gorgeous-ness from you both!
blessings~

Ellie said...

WOW!!!

Jen said...

Jill, I can't wait to get this in my email everyday... this is one thing I look forward to is your art. I love them both, but you know that I have to say there is always something about yours that I just love...lol
I've been playing with my stamps and ink and I'm trying to teach myself. Thanks for the inspiration.
hugs,jen
jennyscards.blogspotom

Anne said...

Both of your cards are stunning- love the totally different styles here!

joy said...

You always come up with a totally different card, Jill; even though it is inspired by another. These two cards are so pretty!

Barbara said...

Fabulous card!

Chelsea said...

Awesome... Love the colors!

Simone said...

Ok wow! This is so stunning Jill!

Ruth S said...

These are so gorgoeus! You guys are mind-blowing ;)
Thanks so much for the inspiration

Anneke said...

Beautiful cards, both of you made a stunning piece!

Conniecrafter said...

such pretty colors and flowers!

Joy said...

Each time I view this card my eyeballs just about pop out of their sockets from the sheer beauty and talent that abounds this card...love this, I think I will have to put a request in for one to be made by you :)

Barbara said...

Thanks so much for the directions. Its a fab card!

Shelly Schmidt said...

Beautifully done- love the gorgeous pop of colors!

Annette said...

Very beautiful cards with gorgeous colours and shading.

Daria C. said...

Beautiful! Thank you for sharing the details.