Sunday, October 30, 2016

OLS32- Details

Good Morning.
Thanks so much to everyone that played along with our Color Challenge this month.  
So happy you were inspired by the colors that Fall has to offer.

Make sure you drop by November 1 for our next challenge which will be hosted by Susan.  You will want to check it out.  
Amazing cards this month.  Here are a few that caught our attention with great details that made them shine!  If your card is mentioned in this post, don't forget to add this badge to proudly display on your blog.

Karen's Details:

 Bonnie's card was so gorgeous with all the shades of Autumn blended together.

Happiest Birthday Wishes
 Ashwini created this amazing one layer card using a masking technique and wow results.

Tasha created this lovely with such purity to it making it a great looking card.

Heather's Details

Marilyn's autumn colour scheme is made all the more interesting by the variety of patterns in her bold stamping.

Susan has created so much movement with splatter around these beautiful falling leaves

I am inspired to add gray to a bold colour scheme as Leigh has on her card. It makes the colours appear so vibrant.

Ardyth's Details:

Vicki's vibrant maple leaf speaks to me as a Canadian! So much interest in one solid image!

Jane's frame of fall foliage creates movement and interest!

Susan's Details

Michelle's combination of uncolored outline images and beautifully shaded flowers is fabulous!

Harriet's gorgeous yellow poppies frame the focal point red poppy, which has gorgeous shading.

Loll made excellent use of masking to remove the tree's swing and make space for a sentiment nestled under the tree...not to mention her excellent use of the no-line watercoloring technique.

Saturday, October 1, 2016

OLS32, Colour Challenge

Karen here, as you hostess for this month's One Layer challenge.
This month it's all about the colours.
So, this month I am challenging you to use
Red, Orange and Yellow 
on your one-layer card.

For my card, I applied the colours using Distress inks on a masked background.
I then stamped the flowers from Tim Holtz against the vibrant colours.

OLS32 Rules:

1. A one-layer card is defined as a single piece of card stock folded in half. No other layers of paper    allowed.

2.  Make a card using red, orange and yellow on your card.  Remember to keep embellishments to a minimum.

3. Post your card online somewhere and link to it using the InLinkz button below. If linking to your blog, remember to link to the individual post so we can find your entry easily. (Also note that some people have been linking to Instagram but those of us without Instagram accounts cannot comment.)

4.  The challenge will run through October 24, 2016 at midnight eastern daylight time.

5.  The most important rule of all, HAVE FUN!