Thursday, September 3, 2015


As I was checking the blogs I follow, I ran across a card that I thought was quite lovely.  She was using a technique called "White Wash".  I thought it was a lovely card and thought I would give it a shot.  She had a link to a tutorial so I'm giving you the link too.  The video is done by Melanie Muenchinger.  You can watch here.  The card that inspired me to do one is from Darlene Pavlick at Dar's Crafty Creations.  She has posted three lovely cards today.

I hope you enjoyed my card and check out the gorgeous cards that Darlene made.  

Have a blessed day!

Card Recipe:

Flower Stamp - Stampendous
Thanks Stamp - Stamplorations
Embossing Powder - Zing Opaque White
Inks - Stampin' Up Pink Passion and Glorious Green, 
Memento Tuxedo Black & Brilliance Moonlight White
Paper - Bazzill & generic
Technique - White Wash

Challenges entered:

Simon Says Monday - Trio of colors
Mod Squad - White wash
Word Art Wednesday #199 - Always anything goes
DL Art Thankful Thursday #163 - Thank you
Hanna and Friends #230 - Kraft
Time Out #39 - Make your mark
Card and Scrap #102 - Flowers
Emerald Faeries August #71 - Thank you
Happy Little Stampers CAS - Anything CAS
Sweet Stamps September - Anything goes


Lisa said...

This is absolutely gorgeous!! I love the flowers!! They look amazing!! What a fabulous card!! Have a great evening :)

A Mermaid's Crafts

Barbara said...

Very nice card. Glad that you liked the technique. Thanks for playing in the Mod Squad challenge this week.

Karen Letchworth said...

This is really pretty, Robin. I love how the white outlines stand out on that paper. It really defines the card. AWESOME!
Thanks for sharing with us.
Word Art Wednesday

Loll said...

Love your technique for colouring on kraft card stock. Your roses are so pretty!! Thanks for playing along at Happy Little Stampers.

Anne Bente said...

wawwww så super flot ♥

10000 tak for at du deltager på Card and scraps udfordring.

knuzzzz ♥

brenda said...

This really is rather lovely Robin and I will certainly check out the technique.

B x

Darlene said...

WOW awesome job Robin! Isn't this a fun technique?? Thanks so much for the shout out!! I'm so glad you found inspiration on my blog and hope you'll pop back again!
Hugs from Ohio!

Natalie said...

This card is beautiful! Love the technique you've used! Thanks for sharing with us at Word Art Wednesday this week, hope you'll join us next week for our 200th challenge!!

Charity Morris-Chamberlain said...

Wonderful card! The white outlines really makes those images pop! Thank you for playing along in the Word Art Wednesday Challenge! I hope you will join us again next week for our big 200th Challenge. Have a blessed day!

Charity - DT Member - Word Art Wednesday (my personal blog)

Sandra said...

Wonderful card, the flowers look amazing on the dark background. Thank you so much for joining us at Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge. Hugs, Sandra

majsan said...

Looked amazing ! I have to have a look at that tutorial...
Thank you for the inspiration at Card and Scrap . Good luck . Maria

Nonni said...

Beautiful card! I love this stamp and you've used it in a very artistic way! Thanks for taking TIME OUT and playing along in our challenge!

Shona Chambers said...

Those flowers are so beautiful, bet your glad you tried out the technique!! Love the white against the dark card stock and the flower colouring is so dreamy. So glad you joined us at TIME OUT!

Lagene said...

Great job! These look awesome on the darker kraft paper!

Heather said...

Welcome to the team! This is a beautiful card. Love the sparkle on the hummingbird.

Kylie said...

A wonderful technique that looks lovely! Thanks so much for playing along at Happy Little Stampers xx

Robin said...

I have always liked this stamp and I need to get one. I have seen it embossed in black also and it is equally as pretty. I like your white embossing on the brown cardstock, it makes the image pop. Very nice!
Robin Hawkins

Linda said...

This is gorgeous .... you've used one of my favourite stamps and I love how it looks on the Kraft card. Thanks for playing along at Happy Little Stampers. Linda xx