Tuesday, 2 February 2016

Less is More week 261 - down under

I admit to being totally stumped when I saw the challenge was Down under on Less is more this week. I did see the use of an umbrella - but I did that last week for the silhouette.

Then I remembered the TH stamp sets and the one in there that I didn't think I would ever use - Sydney harbour. Two good things have come from this - one I got to use the stamp and two I realised it would be perfect for an Australian friend of mine. Sometimes you can't see the wood for the trees!

I used my gelli plate to create the reflection - so much easier than the brayer method. I used London Fog to make it lighter than the original and then used CE colour cloud ink for the water and sky. The sentiment is from a SU set.

11 comments:

brenda said...

Would ever have thought of using a gelli plate for a reflection Lynn, didn't it work a treat. Do I need one I wonder, resisted thus far but weakening.

B x

Whisper said...

Ooooo i so love this city and i want to be there now, as my best friend lives there and i miss her so much - super card and idea hun, Luv Sam x

Kathyk said...

Whilst we used the same stamp how differently our makes turned out - TOP JOB!

Kathyk

Carol L said...

The reflection you achieved looks so pretty and serene! What a lovely creation!

Greta said...

Wow--what a great card!

Anne said...

Stunning reflection Linby and a beautiful creation. Glad you inked up your stamp for this theme!
Thank you for joining us
Anne
"Less is More"

Chrissie said...

This is brilliant for our theme Linby, what a lightbulb moment
Brilliant!
Thanks so much
Chrissie
Less is More

Daffodil Cards said...

Beautiful card, love the reflection.

Sazzle Dazzle said...

WOW! FABULOUS Linby! Awesome image and so perfectly and beautifully utilised!
Love, love, love it! thanks so much for playing along this week!
Sarah xx
Less is More

Neets B said...

Wonderful work, Linby. Goes to share there IS a use for every stamp we think we'll never use!
Thanks for sharing with us.
Anita x
Less is More

Lynn Dalby said...

Fabulous.