Bright Bursts of Colour – JAI # 53

Oh the most perfect Technique that I know of for Bright Bursts of Colour would have to be Joseph’s Coat.  It’s quite easy to do and very effective.  This is the card I put together for the JAI # 53 – Bright Bursts of Colour Challenge.

To make this card I started by rubbing some Tempting Turquoise, Daffodil Delight and Pumpkin Pie Ink onto some glossy cards.  Then I stamped and embossed the images using Versa-mark Ink and Clear Embossing Powder.  Using my Brayer and some Early Espresso Ink I covered the card totally and then rubbed off any excess ink to expose my Bursts of Colour.

Click the link to have a go at the Just Add Ink Bright Burst of Colour Challenge or view the Design Team entries.


7 Responses to Bright Bursts of Colour – JAI # 53

  1. Mae Collins says:

    Love the card and you reminded me of a technique I haven’t tried for a while – Joseph’s coat, will have to fix that some time!

  2. Tania Gould says:

    I had a go at doing this technique for this challenge but I couldn’t get it to work right – but your card looks awesome!!!! Go you!

  3. Rhonda says:

    Wow what a cool technique, will have to give it a go sometime. Your card is stunning.

  4. Patrice says:

    What a perfect technique for this challenge! Clever you. Love your card!

  5. Great technique for this challenge. It works so well!! Lovely card.

  6. Kim Badelt says:

    What a clever idea Chantell – it looks awesome! Don’t the colours just pop against the Expresso 🙂

  7. Delys says:

    I love this Chantell..I havent done this technique before and its a must do now. Thanks for the inspiration and love the colours you have used.

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