Monday, 12 October 2015

Bokeh Forty

Grá O'Neill - Paper Learning Curve - Lawn Fawn Cole's ABCs, Quinn's 123s, Circle Stackers

After a busy and fun filled family summer, I've finally got a chance to post a card on my blog. Hopefully this is the first of more regular posting now the back to school routine is well established and in theory I've more time on my hands. 
Now to the latest creation, I've let the sentiment be the focal point as per the Lawnscaping Challenge this week and created a distress ink coloured bokeh background to display the glittery diecuts. A few sequins and hey presto, a fabulous card! Hey presto needs to be associated with the cards I make at the moment as time is a luxury in between the school runs and never ending laundry that piles up in the wetter weather! All magic welcome! 

Grá O'Neill - Paper Learning Curve - Lawn Fawn Cole's ABCs, Quinn's 123s, Circle Stackers
Dies & Stencils etc: Lawn Fawn Cole's ABCs, Quinn's 123s, Circle Stackers
Ink: Memento Luxe Wedding Dress, Distress Ink Cracked Pistachio, Chipped Sapphire, Pumice Stone, Ripe Persimmon, Wild Honey, Spiced Marmalade 
Paper: White & watercolour card from stash
Highlights: Brushed Pewter Distress Spray, Bo Bunny Double Dot Silver Glitter paste, gesso, sequins.

Hope you enjoyed your visit and have a magical day.


  1. Hi there Grá - good to see you posting again. I had a little flurry of activity in September myself - hope to make something this weekend!! Love this card, the blues are lovely and those chunky sparkly silver letters are fab.

    Julie x

  2. Striking, sparkling, fun and clever
    Thanks for sharing and playing along at ATCAS challenge.
    Sarah x

  3. Now that is a lot of sparkle! Love the background!

  4. Fabulous card, love the sparkle and the bokeh background! thanks for playing with us at ATCAS

  5. Love all of that wonderful sparkle - it really works with the background, too! So glad you joined us at Addicted to CAS this week

  6. I love your sparkly letters on this fabulous bokeh background! Beautiful work!


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