Sunday, 23 June 2013

Postcard - Every Summer Has A Story

Created for the Sunday Postcard Art Challenge where the theme is Summer Solstice.  This was so much fun.  I focused mainly on the colours that say Summer to me, rich, bright yellows, red and oranges tinged with the purples and lilacs you see in late Summer sunsets & in flowers.  I don't think I have a an arty sun stamp (adding to wish list), so I used a clay mould instead.

Added this shot to show the Lilac Lustre Spray

Notice the text stamp peeking though the layers - This is my new favourite, looks just like old book page.

Cardstock - Taffeta Smooth White
Gray Board (Chipboard)
Colour Sprays - Dylusions (old style): Postbox Red, Vanilla custard; Sticky Fingers: Lilac Lustre
Ink - Archival: Blue Violet
Posca Paint Pens - Violet, Gold
Lumiere Paint - Sunset Gold, Halo Pink Gold
Inca Gold - Violet, Lava Red
Stamps - Impression Obsession: Beauty Text; Studio G: Alpha Set
Crafter's Workshop Stencil - Mini Sunburst
Clay Mould - From Stash
Fimo Soft - Black
UTEE - Ranger Platinum, Opals Eureka


  1. Wow, that's completely gorgeous!!!! Love the colours & all the gold.

  2. it's gorgeous! Glad you posted it to FB


  3. And it's a beautiful story!

  4. Gorgeous , rich colors and love that sun!!


    Foxglove Hollow

  5. gorgeous! These are the same colors this past week that were used in the Summer of Color 2013 project too! LOVE IT!

  6. A wonderful handmade collage I love the three dimensional elements they really pop!

  7. Fabulous vibrant card, I love the mold of the sun in gold and the other colours are really gorgeous.

    Hugs Jan xxx

  8. Wowza! Pretty much phenomenal. Your King Sun is gorgeous! :)