It's time for another colour challenge at Less is More and this week it's the turn of turquoise and lilac!
I used these shades for Darnell's patented method of adding Brushos through a stencil, developed at the HLS retreat in Swindon earlier this year.
This stencil, from The Crafter's Workshop was purchased after I borrowed one from Kathy during that weekend, I think it's terrific. I love the tiny random circles.
The stencil was taped down over the absorbent card... (watercolour paper works best) then sprinkled with Brusho powder and spritzed with water, mopping up any excess with a paper towel. I used violet, white and turquoise. The flower die is from SSS the Love word from Wplus9 and the foliage from Memory Box... or it might be Poppy Stamps.
Apologies... the flower die is Flower stack from Poppy Stamps!
Although this is not autumn colours it is for the Leaves challenge at Just us Girls !
To get the lilac in this one I blended some pink with blue distress inks using sponge daubers. It's a simple card made with the emboss resist method, stamping with Versamark and embossing with clear EP before adding the inks!
The sentiment was computer generated and the edge punch is from Martha Stewart.
Additional tiny die cut butterflies are from All Occasion Dies.