Hi friends! Popping in quickly to share a card I made last week
with my card group using a new technique (at least to me)
called bohek. I watched a couple videos and followed the tutorial
by Mynn Kitchen on the House of Cards challenge site to make
this extremely FUN card. Take a look:
I really really enjoyed this technique! I got a wee bit inky
on my fingers but it was totally worth it :o) I made my own
stencil using a clear window sheet and different size punches
for the circles. I just kept rotating it around as I filled in the
different circles with white craft ink. The other colors I used
are Melon Mambo, Bermuda Bay and Crushed Curry (all Stampin Up!).
The die cut sentiment is from Stampin' Up, the sequins are from
Kraftin' Kimmie. I love how this turned out - it makes me feel happy!
I'd like to enter this card in the following challenges:
House of Cards - May technique - Behek Effect
Happy Little Stampers - CAS Challenge with Die-Cuts/Punches
Simon Says Wednesday Challenges - Stencil it
Seize the Birthday - Anything Goes (no topping)
Thanks for stopping in to visit. I'm off to spend some time with
my family. Thinking of going to a movie today since it's kind of
cloudy and gray outside today. Enjoy your weekend! Hugs D
Brilliant card. Love the vibrant shades. It really is a fun technique isn't it?
Thanks for joining in at House of Cards.
you only got a wee bit inky fingers? :) this is so bright and happy and someone will love receiving this fun card! great job on the bokeh technique and the bold sentiment finishes it off so nicely. thank you so much for playing along with us at house of cards.ReplyDelete
Oh yes, I love the bokeh look and yours is so bright, cheery and full of happy! Thank you for joining our challenge at Seize the Birthday!ReplyDelete
Really cool card. I have yet to try this but want to soon!ReplyDelete
Beautiful card Danielle! I love the bright colors and that fun 'happy' sentiment! Thanks so much for joining us at HOC this month!ReplyDelete
Gorgeous background Danielle!! And great job with the technique. Thanks for playing along at Happy Little Stampers! xxReplyDelete
Oh Wow!! this is gorgeous Danielle.. love the pretty colours… what a stunning background !! it sure is a happy card! :-)ReplyDelete
hope you're having a good weekend!
Big hugs, Sue B xx
Your background looks wonderful! Very nice! Thanks so much for playing along with the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge!ReplyDelete
Hey, Danielle! This card is totally AMAZING!!! I LOVE the fabulous colors you used, and the die cut/stamped sentiment duo is awesome! Thank you for joining us at House of Cards! HUGS! :) Mynn xxReplyDelete
Happy colors, happy card!ReplyDelete
This is absolutely gorgeous! Love the colours. Am definitely going to try this technique. Thanks for playing with Seize the Birthday.ReplyDelete