Monday 8 April 2024

Treats on Tuesday at Magenta Bubbles

Hi everyone, I'm over at Magenta with a bubble background. I hope you head over and check out how I made this card.

Stamps and Stencils used


Create for yourself, share with others

Acacia Branch

Card Recipe
Stamps: Magenta
Paper: 110lb White, Black
Ink: Ranger Distress Oxide, Versafine Clair
Accessories: Coloured pencils, Blending Brushes, Stamp platform
Techniques: Bubble Background, Pencil Colouring, Stenciling


Susan said...

Beautiful card - it says "spring" to me in those lovely fresh shades of green.

crafty-stamper said...

Beautiful monochrome card,love the stamps,stencilling and bubble background.
Carol x

Trina P. said...

I remembered how light-headed I got doing this bubble technique. 😂*lol* Great background and stencilling.

Pat said...

Such pretty shades of green Christine and the fun bubble technique makes a great background together with the diamond stencil and the added flowers and leaves and a lovely sentiment too. x

HilaryJane said...

Love those soft bubbles and wonderful greens - always my favourite colour. One of these days I am going to have a go with bubbles xx

Loll said...

Beautiful Spring card Christine. Wonderful combination of different elements, all in shades of green. xx

Bonnie said...

This is such a fun way to do backgrounds and it's perfect with these stamps! An awesome card, my friend!

Lisa Elton said...

This is a fun card, Christine! I like the lush greens, so perfect for spring!

Leslie Miller said...

First I'm attracted to the pretty green botanicals, then I'm drawn right through to your background. Your backgrounds are always amazing, and these bubbles are the real deal. What a fun technique!

BożenA said...

A fantastic combination of colors, forms and shapes. I love how you create your cards with brilliant backgrounds.

ahlers5 said...

Love this! Love the different designs and shades of green. Beautiful.

BożenA said...

Bubble background looks stunning. Like all your amazing backgrounds. The perfect card in shades of green has a truly calming effect