Monday, 13 April 2015

LIM week 219 - one layer splatters

I just love old typewriters and so when I saw yet another set of stamps with one - yes, I just had to get them. This one and the sentiment is from a Just rite set. The first typewriter I used at work was a little like this! My splatters are from visible image - I felt better about them being stamped rather than my own splattering! To me this conjures up the time before the digital age when we still had typewriters and ink wells and the accidents that could happen with them.

I stamped the sentiment just above the typewriter and then drew a rectangle so that it looks like a piece of paper coming out of the typewriter, if it wasn't one layer week I would have used an actual piece of paper.
I'm entering this into the challenge at Less is More for one layer splatters.


Jane Willis said...

What a super card, I love the image and thought the sheet of paper was part of it! Your choice of card works perfectly with it too, the big deckle adds to the vintage look.

Doreen said...

This is gorgeous,lovely design and fab

Lucy Woods said...

Ooh what a fabulous card! Love that stamp and the bold design with those splatters! Looks so good!
Lucy x

Faith A said...

Great idea for the paper and love the splash of blue. Yep! before digital - sigh! LOL

Viv's Visuals said...

Great bold design Lynn. fab card. (And I like the idea of the paper layered - deffo one to try for another day I think!)

Sazzle Dazzle said...

I love your fun style on this card Linby and what a great stamp set you've got.
Great splattering and thanks as always for playing along at Less is More

Anne said...

Lynn what a super stamp combi, your one layer looks fab!
Thank you for joining us at LIM
Less is More

Donna Ellis said...

When I first learned to type, Lynn, this is the type of type writer I used! I was in 6th grade LOL Love that funky border on your card, and the fun splats! Great card! hugs, de

Chrissie said...

The ceiling in my junior school classroom had a few marks a bit like this Lynne, but it was the boys who flicked up bits of blotting paper soaked in ink!
Great card... very nostalgic!
Thanks so much
"Less is More"