Hello there and welcome to this week’s Runway Inspired Challenge! We have another awesome inspiration photo and the chance to win a prize from Ellen Hutson.
And here’s the card I created:
I began by stamping the background pattern with a hand carved stamp and Vintage Photo Distress Ink, and once that was dry, I dripped a few ink splats with white acrylic paint.
I then set about creating a collage of wood veneer, sentiments and hemp twine…I spent ages arranging and rearranging the elements until I was happy!
I relied on the colours from the inspiration photo to create the ensemble – the sentiment comes from Mama Elephant’s Up and Away stamp set and was heat embossed in white onto a speech bubble die-cut.
To finish, I added a few sequins and some wood veneer stars.
Be sure to stop by the Runway Inspired Challenge blog for more inspiration from the rest of the DT members!
Jennifer | Taheerah | Kristen | Aga | Tasnim | Gayatri | Lindsay | Karolyn
Thanks for looking 😉
9 thoughts on “Runway Inspired Challenge #68”
That background is fantastic! You should carve more stamps! I love the bright pops of color and those veneers are gorgeous, LOVE this one!
Amazing card and LOVE the hand carved stamp background! -Shay
Okay, seriously…this is AMAZING!!! WOW! LOVE.LOVE.LOVE.IT.
Wow! Did you say a hand carved stamp?? How awesome it is!!! Love your unique background pattern and all the details you added. Well done!
WOW! I’d say you’ve nailed it. The wood paisley adds so much. Lovely.
Fantastic card! I love the background, the wood veneer, the string… amazing design.
Stunning…love how you arranged all the pieces.
Woowww really STUNNING Mayuri..I love the hand carved stamp you made and Vintage Photo Distress Ink on the background its really FUNTASTIC BG I ever seen and add all element your card is CLEVERLY done using the picture inspiration I ADORE this Mayuri…
I just for the first time joining Runway Inspiration Challenge my card is #17, I would be so happy if you could look it at my blog and leave me some love 🙂 many thanks before, hugs, Monika