Monday, 20 April 2015

Tim Holtz and Bister

Hello lovelies!

I just can't get enough of this Bister powder, I love it!! You never know what your background is going to look like when you are making it, so when you get a fab background it's a happy accident!

I decided to use all Tim Holtz stamps on this card with a Parisian fashion feel to it. Hope you like! Xxx

 

14 comments:

Pia S said...

Over the background you made and it's a fantastic combo of CAS and vintage look.

KarinsArtScrap said...

fan and gorgeous card Wendy
Gr Karin

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Laine said...

Stunning colour and use of stamped images Wendy.
Laine
xx

Doreen said...

This is gorgeous,love the images.xxx

Theresa Pace said...

tres chique! what is this bister you keep on about? hugs xx

Wendy McCarthy said...

Hi Theresa! Bister is a pigment in crystal form, a bit like Brushos. The colours of Bister seem more natural in tone to me though and the crystals take a little longer to dissolve so you can get more varied results than with Brushos. X

Alie Hoogenboezem-de Vries said...

Such an elegant bister/stamped scenery Wendy!
Greetings, Alie :-)

Sammy said...

Simply gorgeous! LOVE the background and the Eiffel tower stamp. x

Linda Simpson said...

Stunning Wendy! Love the image.
Hugs
Linda xxx

Holley (Tondre) Barnhart said...

Love this image and the theme of the card. My neice will enjoy this

Avril Ann said...

Utterly beautiful Wendy, love the softness of the colours here hun, hugs xxx

Erin Stewart said...

This is so gorgeous! Love the colours and layout. Very clever! xx

Judith Taylor - Wright said...

fabulous make Wendy must get hold of that powder crafty hugs Judith xxx