Sunday, 11 March 2018

Crazy Crafters Blog Hop | Special Guest Janet Wakeland


Welcome to today's Crazy Crafters Blog Hop with the amazing Janet Wakeland - you are such an inspiration Janet, I love your crafting, and your stunning photograpy - my favourites would be your eagle photos, and of course Teague & Marburg, they are so entertaining!

I chose the below card for CASEing today, I was drawn to the layout, and the weather background.


Now for what I was inspired to create! I created my background using the Hardwood background, inking in both black and Rich Razzleberry, to create a weathered look I used the "splatter" stamp (that's what I call it anyway) from the Touches of Texture stamp set, applying in Pink Pirouette and 3rd generation Rich Razzleberry, then I lightly sponged the edge with Rich Razzleberry too.


I had forgotten that I had the Metallic Foil Doilies til I reorganised my craft room a couple of weeks ago - amazing what you find when to take this task on! The large doily layered perfectly with the stitched shape die cut sentiment from One Big Meaning, and the floral arrangement stamped and die cut using the Petal Palette Bundle. I coloured with flowers with Rich Razzleberry and Pink Pirouette Stampin' Blends and Olive Green for the leaves.


Sit back and take your time to hop all the way around our Crazy Crafters hop and see all the incredible creations inspired by Janet, and if you have a chance please leave a comment, we love receiving comments! You are currently on my blog, Sue Vine - Miss Pinks Craft Spot, check  where to head to next in the list below. Thanks for hopping with us.


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16 comments:

  1. I would never have inked the wood in that color and I LOVE IT. Thanks for expanding my thinking! Great card.

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    1. Thank you for the inspiration Janet :) So grateful to be hopping with you

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  2. Hi, Sue, Awesome and Pink as well. I love how you coloured PINK with the wood, I have not inked with Pink but it works. When I first looked at your card I thought you had full coloured the cardstock with the Red Brusho, but then wondered how you did it. So I went back and read your blog. So yes you got me this time. Very creative work and beautiful as well xoxo.

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    1. It's amazing what I can do with pink when I put my mind to it! lol!!

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  3. Love the addition of the splatter!

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    1. Thanks Fiona, it's subtle but made a difference to the appearance :)

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  4. Love the wood grain inked in color, will have to try it. Beautiful card.

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    1. Lovely to see you visiting again Shirlie :) Yes, try other colours with the wood grain stamp, you will be pleasantly surprised

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  5. Stunning card Sue. Love the added gold bling :)

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    1. Thanks Kirsten - yep, I just had to have a touch of bling!

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  6. Beautiful card Sue. You have those signature colours are working hard for you again xx

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  7. I just would never thought to use these two colors together. I love this flower arrangement. I jut got my bundle.

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    1. You will LOVE the bundle Gloria, it is so pretty and easy to create with

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  8. Stunning Card Sue, I love the non-traditional colours with the wood.

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  9. Pretty in pink! Such a great CASE!

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