Monday, 14 September 2015

Black And White With A Hint Of One Colour And An Oops!

Hello everyone from a rather tired Fliss. I've had a very busy weekend with family stuff and very little time for crafting which is part of the reason for my oops! I managed to miss the fact that the theme of this week's challenge at Make My Monday is actually Black and White With A Hint Of One Colour and a teeny teeny bit of yellow has crept into my inspiration - oops!
Here's what I made and I hope you like it.


I decided to ink up one of my new Santoro stamps which I couldn't resist when I saw them as they're so different to the last release and much more my style.
I stamped the main image and some of the flowers directly on my card blank together with the little bird from the set. I added colour to the flowers with a red pencil and then noticed a tiny black smudge above the flowers on the right side. This was when my oops happened as I drew a butterfly over the smudge and coloured it wtth a yellow pencil for contrast. It wasn't until I went to add it to the challenge post that I saw the one colour bit so you'll have to forgive my mistake.
I finished off with a Tim Holtz small talk sticker.

Have a great week.
Fliss xx

7 comments:

  1. Tsk tsk - how dare you add yellow?! I'm sure you'll be forgiven, especially since the card is so charming. Lovely.
    Alison xx

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  2. I hope you are on the naughty step!!!!
    This has such a delicacy to it, wistful is the word that comes to mind and so very pretty.
    Wishes
    Lynne

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  3. Beautiful work, love the little yellow butterfly! Hugs, Valerie

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  4. Gorgeous, delicate card Fliss, I love the little touch of yellow :-)
    Suzi B xx

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  5. I'm sure you'll be forgiven after making such a gorgeous card Fliss ;)
    Hugs
    Donna xxx

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  6. This is a lovely stamp and your teensy touches of colour really show it off.

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Fliss xx