Monday, 12 July 2010

One layer card using Vintage Vogue

Hello to you! I'm back from a hectic weekend all ready for action! Remember last week I was seeing what I could come up with using Vintage Vogue? Well today I'd like to show you my favourite card from that batch. It's a one layer card - and I am a big fan of those, although I do think they can be the hardest to pull off successfully. I'm pleased with this one:


I used the long border image from the Vintage Vogue set for this, colouring the stamp directly with Regal Rose and Olive Olive markers and positioning it with my stamp-a-majig. The sentiment image has long been a favourite of mine - it's such a strong design. I inked it up with Rose Red ink, slightly darker than the Regal Rose to bring it to the front of the card. And that's it!

Supplies
Stamps: Vintage Vogue, Occcasional Greetings
Ink: Rose Red
Card stock: Whisper White
Other: Old Olive and Regal Rose markers

Hope you had a lovely weekend.
Thank you for coming to visit today.
I'll be back tomorrow with a little gift set.
Hope to see you then.

9 comments:

  1. Very beautiful card, great stamps in lovely colors.

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  2. Lovely card Vicky.Very vibrant!
    I know what you mean though, sometimes one layer cards can look a bit empty but you`ve really pulled it off with this set.
    Lynne xxx

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  3. So lovely! Definitely ten out of ten for a one layer card!

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  4. So pretty and works perfectly as a OLC.

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  5. This is super fabulous -- love this!!

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  6. This is just so lovely and single layer cards are so difficult to make. Beautiful... love the colours.. makes the card pop! :D

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  7. So pretty and what a difference just having one layer for a change, must attempt this soon

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  8. This is lovely Vicky, gorgeous colours.

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  9. Love all your Vintage Vogue cards, Vicky. The way you framed the sentiment with the border here is spectacular. And the post before -- love, love, love the neutrals with this set. And the first two cards were great, too. I'm going to have to remember that bow technique with the brad. Very clever!

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I love reading your comments. Thank you for taking the time to leave them! Vicky x