Masked Sunburst

Ok I wasnt quite finished with this Sunburst technique (Just Add Ink Challenge) Ive been kind of inspired by the amazing people who can make gorgeous card using only One Layer. I didn’t quite manage that but my Sunburst pattern is made up of only ONE piece of card and used 3 stamps, 3 sponges,  3 inkpads and 2 sheets of BIG sticky notes.

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My daughter even had to run her fingers over the surface to feel it was only one layer but thanks to some nifty stamping, masking and sponging you get an awesome effect. I based the colours on the Pals Paper Arts Colour Challenge 194

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The stamp sets I used included two new ones from the Occasions catalogue, Petite Petals and Spiral Spins both of which good choices for the budget conscious and are useful for a variety of cards. I stamped 2 images from the Spiral Spins and one of the flowers from Petite Petals, punched them with corresponding punches then layered then for a very chic effect. The other stamp sets I used were Teeny Tiny sentiments and Papaya Collage.

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8 comments on “Masked Sunburst

  1. Lovely job with one layer and stamping Lisa, it’s a great effect! A very clever interpretation of the challenge. Thanks so much for joining us this week.

  2. Love this card! It really is hard to believe that it is only one layer. Great job with the sponging to create dimension! Thanks for sharing with us at Pals Paper Arts this week! (Oh, and I love you picture! It makes me want to meet you!)

  3. I agree with Cindy – it is hard to believe that it is one layer! You did a beautiful job with this! It has inspired me to try….your card will certainly put a smile on someones face!!! Thanks for sharing your talent !

  4. This is beautiful, Lisa. Nice choice of stamps, and the colour combo’s gorgeous. I really like how the ‘sunburst’ emanates from the corner of the card. Thanks for joining us, again, at Just Add Ink!

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