Today's card was a lot of fun to make. I started by die cutting a circle from the corner of a piece of copy paper. I used both the positive and the negative pieces to create my mask. I placed them on my card front and sponged on the orange dye ink. I used the same masks and moved them towards the corner of the card front making sure to cover the orange ink completely, but right to the edge because I didn't want any white space between my colors. I think that would look cool, too, though! I alternated the thick and thin ends of the sponged areas.
I repeated the process again to sponge on the navy ink. Because I was gong from navy to pink, I created a new set of masks. I didn't want to contaminate the pink with the dark blue.
Once all of my ink was sponged on, I stamped my sentiment. I curved the sentiment on my block to match the line of the orange ink. I attached a die cut butterfly to draw your eye to the sentiment. I chose this butterfly, in particular, because it is not solid and allows the color to come through.
Thanks so much for stopping by!
Cardstock: WP9 White, Black
Stamps: WP9 Hand Lettered Hello
Ink: PTI Summer Sunrise, Melon Berry, Enchanted Evening, Berry Sorbet, Versafine Onyx
Dies: WP9 Small Butterfly Frame Die, LF Circles, SSS Stitched Rectangles
Other: Sponge Daubers