a•muse|studio Sunny Side of Life

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Linda, the CEO of A Muse Studio, challenged us to enter the One-Layer Simplicity challenge using water!  Yikes…its harder than you think!  This week will be dedicated to all my “trials” – some definitely better than others but maybe they in turn will give you ideas.

For this card I scribbled 3 different colors of  Tombow markers across an acrylic block and then spritzed it lightly with water.  I pressed the block down on my white cardstock base and let the color and water float around a bit.  Once it dried I inked up a portion of my Sunny Side of Life stamp set from A Muse Studio with Versafine Onyx ink and stamped it slightly below the watercolored “square”.  I finished the card off with a sentiment from Best of Times, also from A Muse Studio.

So I hope you’ll join me tomorrow as I explore another one layer card!

Here are some challenges I also like to enter today:

11 responses to “a•muse|studio Sunny Side of Life

  1. this is simply stunning

    thanks for joining us at less is more this week

  2. I love the look of your background with the black image in front. Thanks for joining our Love to Scrap challenge.

  3. Love this – beautifully coloured background and silhouette stamp. Great quote too!

  4. Lovely background you created Chris!
    Thanks for taking part in the one layer challenge at LIM this week
    Anne (Guest LIM commenter)

  5. This is lovely, thank you for sharing with us at Make My Monday this week
    Rosie x

  6. A really lovely card, gorgeous background- thanks for joining in this week at MMM – Jacqueline xx

  7. What a pretty watercolour background you created.

  8. Just gorgeous! Thanks for joining our MMM Spring challenge.
    Fliss x
    MMM DT

  9. ANOTHER great card, Chris! Congratulations on a second recognition from OLS!! Hugs, Darnell

  10. Contrats on your One-Layer Card recognition Christina!!!!

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