Wednesday, December 17, 2014

IBS Ombre Birthday Card

Happy Wednesday!

For my Inspired by Stamping post today, I have an emboss/resist ombre birthday card. I mixed some old and new for today’s card, Delicate Doilies II and Flower of the Month: Aster.

I started by stamping three of the doilies, from the Delicate Doilies II stamp set, in clear ink and embossing them with white powder. Next, I used four varying shades of pink ink and sponged from light to dark, creating an ombre effect.

The birthday sentiment is from the Flower of the Month: Aster stamp set. It was die-cut using the second smallest Fancy Label Dies 1 and matted with the next larger die. Some pretty pink seam binding, from the Spring Ribbon Collection, and pearls put the finishing touches to my birthday card.

I kept the inside simple by stamping/embossing two doilies and sponging them with the lightest of the pink inks.

Have you tried the emboss/resist technique? If not, give it a try. The results are so pretty.

Please visit the Inspired by Stamping Blog to see what Leah is sharing along with me today.

Note:  Delicate Doilies II is currently out-of-stock, but have no fear, it will be back in the Inspired by Stamping Shop after the first of the year!


Deepti said...

This is so pretty! Love the resist inking and ombré effect u created :)

S. Thomas said...

Beautiful, bright card, Lisa. Nice to see on a gray winter day.

Diana Auberle said...

What a beautiful card. All pink. Very nice.

Lisa said...

This is so gorgeous!! The doily stamps are so beautiful!! I love the inside, too!! What a fabulous card!! Have a great day :)

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Marie-Louise said...

This is such a pretty and feminine card Lisa.

rubberredneck said...

Beautiful card Lisa! I love it. Thanks for visiting my blog and leaving a comment.

Colleen Dietrich said...

Oh, this is LOVELY, Lisa! I still thoroughly enjoy my doily sets from IBS. This is a great idea to use them...I can see doing a whole rainbow set like this!

Merriest Christmas to you, Lisa! See you in 2015!

Beth said...

Beautiful my friend.