The challenge over on Mynnette's Technique Tuesday blog this month is a faux tile technique - all the details for the challenge can be found over on her challenge blog here
Here is the card I created to join in the challenge:
I created my scene by brayering the background in worn lipstick distress ink and flicked some water on it. I then used picket fence distress stain to stamp in some words randomly in different directions. I used black versafine to stamp the hydrangeas and the sentiment and coloured these using my distress markers using milled lavender, worn lipstick, victorian velvet, tattered rose, peeled paint, forest moss and crushed olive. All the stamps are from the same set by Inkylicious.
I then cut my scene into four pieces and arranged in onto black card and then matted on pink card before mounting on an 8 x 8 card blank.
I'm quite happy with the look of my card overall, the addition of the pink mount was an afterthought which I thought was needed to make the image really stand out against the black card.
Thanks for stopping by, Claire x