Wednesday, July 13, 2011

Mojo Monday Chelsea

Hello!  I'm back with my second card using The Greeting Farm - Wild Sprouts Chelsea.  I used the Jillibean Soup Dutch Mustard patterned paper pack again, and I softened the large piece of paper by adhering vellum on top.  I wanted the image to pop out more than the papers.  :-)

The main difference between this card and the one I shared yesterday, is that I used More Mustard ink on her hair as well as So Saffron. The More Mustard ink helps to create the shadows, and gives a lovely golden colour.  :-)

I used the fabulous current sketch at Mojo Monday too.

Stamp sets - The Greeting Farm - Wild Sprouts Chelsea
Cardstock - White Cambric Linen, Early Espresso, Vellum, Old Olive, Watercolour paper, Jillibean Soup Dutch Mustard patterned paper
Inks - Versamark, Blush Blossom, So Saffron, More Mustard, Old Olive, Crumb Cake
Accessories - Jac Paper, Black embossing powder, Heat Tool, Big Shot, Nestibilities, PTI border die, Crystal Effects, Aqua Painter

Thanks for visiting!



  1. this is fabulous!!! I love her paper pieced outfit! Hugs Juls

  2. You have done a beautiful job with this one Danielle

  3. Gorgeous. Love those glossy hearts.

  4. Wow oh wow this is FABULOUS, Danielle! Beautiful hair - LOVE. Great design and those papers - YUMMY!

  5. This is fabulous!!! Love it! I have to try that vellum idea to soften the background! TFS :)

  6. Oh, I love the vellum on the DSP DD. The hair colour is GOR-JE-US!! The whole card works beautifully - love it! ♥

  7. This is just adorable! Love the three hearts in place of the circle. Thanks for playing along with Mojo Monday!

  8. Fabulous card, I love the stunning colours (and colouring) against those gorgeous muted colours of your dp.

    So glad you could join us at the Simon Says Stamp challenge
    Heather xx