Thursday, 13 September 2012

Feeling lucky?

I have been really really busy this week, doing a lot of stuff that I can't share with you - yet, but I made a card with some  brand new markers from Letraset -  perfect for the fashion for all things neon that's going on in the crafting world at the moment. They are water based AquaMarkers, so fit in with that range. I have the whole set of six new neon pens to give away to someone......


All you have to do is go over to the Letraset blog HERE to see my post on the markers, leave a comment there, and  I will pick a winner from the comments on the Letraset blog under my card,  and post it here on Going Buggy on Tuesday the 18th. No need to come back here today to leave another comment, unless you want to of course, I'll put the kettle on just in case. 

The card over on the Letraset blog is very bright, but just to give you an idea of how soft the colours can look, I coloured this stamp directly onto the rubber with the neon markers, spritzed it with water and stamped onto watercolour paper...very easy to do, and a lovely soft watercolour effect 



26 comments:

Loz ♥ said...

ooh I've been seeing some neon cards around a bit - with thanks to the lateset Simon Says challenge... these are awesome, thanks for the chance to win! Love your card x

sassy said...

well neon!!!!!! ..i love pastels really but hey ho way to go i could do with injecting some colour into my life fab card and thanks for the chance to win ..something id love to play with and add to my increasing collection of promarkers...hugs sassyx

Nikki said...

The neon colours are just so much fun thanks for the chance :) hugs Nikki C

Anonymous said...

Were is the tea? Jcaruso in WI

Ardilla said...

Beautiful card...

I'll go to see the letraset post right away!!! Thanks for the chance :)

Eret said...

Stunning card! I'll go to letraset blog right now to see how you did your card :)

Debbi Glennie said...

great minds think alike En - that's the same stamp I used for my post, how spooky. I love how subtle the neons can be
Debz
xx

nannapat said...

Wow! love your card Enfys. What a lovely soft effect it has & I'm a sucker for poppies, I love 'em. Pat x

Riet said...

What a gorgeous card Enfys.

Hugs Riet.xx

Moni said...

Gorgeous card, fab colouring and lovely stamp. Hugs,Moni

Marianne said...

LOvely card. I would love to try that; I have exactly the same stamp :-))
Hugs,
Marianne MW

Stephanie said...

Love the soft look of the neon too. Great card.

MicheleV said...

had to comment here too! i love poppies and your card is beautiful!

Swimmom said...

I LOVE this beautiful card and how you softened the effect of the bright neons!

Sandra H said...

Your card Enfys is stunning and shows how lovely these colours really are, thank you for the chance to take part you have so much talent and inspiration x

marlene kiley said...

Love the soft look this technique created. Thanks for sharing

KraftyKaren said...

Love your card on the letraset blog and love this beautiful soft toned card too - who would have thought that they were the same set of pens.

Karen x

dj1952 said...

This is a gorgeous card. These colors really are fantastic, too. I would love to win this set. Hugs, dj1952 (Debra)

GrĂ¡ O'Neill said...

Beautiful card, love this effect :)

Kristie Maynard said...

Oh this is lovely! Just beautiful color.
Now off to check out the post at Letraset. Thanks!

Divinity said...

oh cool! it's nice that you can make them stamp lighter. thanks for the chance ;)

Kraftychick said...

What a neat effect - neon, I was expecting extremely bright. But you show how versatile these products can be - thanks for the chance to win!

Jackie

Karons Krafty Korner said...

WOW Enfys - the neon colours were brilliant. But this is beautiful too - love how you have used them and yet make them look pastel. TFS

Glennis said...

That is so gorgeous - I love the stamp!

misteejay said...

I just love the softer shades of this card - you wouldn't realise that it had been done with such bright colours.

Toni xx

ang said...

love the soft shades you have got out of such bright colours angxxxx