Hiya, hello and hi dear friends,
After a month of celebrating the 4th anniversary with plenty of prizes (Yay!) we are back to our routine muse challenge. This month’s muse is my all time favourite designer – Debby Hughes! She is full of talent and I adore her designs. I am sure you will all agree with me 🙂 Here is one of her recent card using Altenew Stamps as the muse.
How pretty is this card? The colouring on the vellum makes the flower look soft and pretty. I love it this flower stamp set from Altenew. I have this set with me so I decided to use this set on my card too. I still wanted to use vellum and colour the flowers but did not want to CASE Debby’s card paper for paper, colour for colour, flower for flower…. You know what I mean? I am lots for the right word here lol!
Here is my card inspired by Debby’s muse card.
I used watercolour paper and white heat embossed the flowers from the Altenew called Persian Motif. I then used Peerless Watercolour and Ranger’s Perfect Pearls to colour my flowers and leaves. I love how Peerless watercolour blends. So I have used purple and pink on the flowers and while wet I also added perfect pearls. This gives the shimmer on the petals as you can see below.
I then stamped the sentiment from Reverse Confetti on a vellum die cut banner using Memento Luxe Lilac pigment ink and heat embossed using clear embossing powder. They are two sentiments which I stamped and heat embossed one below the other because I think it goes really well together. I LOVE this sentiment.
I then folded the vellum banner a bit on the top and adhered at the back of the watercolour paper using clear tape. I mounted the watercolour paper on the card front. Then Pretty Pink Posh’s gorgeous gorgeous sequins Amethyst, Pansy Purple and Pink Peonies sequins. Here is a closeup!
Check out the how the designers below interpreted Debby’s muse or see them all at CASE Study Challenge blog.
Amy Wanford, Anika Lerche, Anja Curvers, Anna Kossakovskaya (Umichka), Gayatri Murali (That’s me!), Iwona Palamountain, Jill Foster, Jeanne Jachna, Julia Stainton, Michelle Williams, Silke Ledlow, Tasnim Ahmed and of course Debby Hughes.
Come and play along with us.