Thursday, August 6

"Z" is for zero



The challenge for ABC this week is "Z" is for zero.
This week we were not allowed to use embellishments like ribbon or buttons! I decided to do a brayer technique similar to the reflection technique I have done on my tutorials over on the side bar. I made it a sympathy card because even in the darkest of times there is "light" behind the clouds. Enjoy your day!~Donna

13 comments:

Carol said...

just BREATHTAKING!!
its so beautiful!!

I just LOVE it!!

Norine said...

this is just beautiful
Hugs
Norine

Juliana said...

Wow! What a wonderful card--I may have to CASE it!! Thanks for sharing.

Dawn said...

Wow what a beautiful eye catching card - love it!

thanks for joining us on ABC

Dawn

Debbie Pamment said...

WOW - this card is amazing!!! It just jumps off the screen - gorgeous!!!
xXx

Helen said...

Beautiful card!
Thanks for joining us at the ABC Challenge this week!
Helen x

Paula Barin said...

Amazing!!!!!! Love it.

Cathy said...

Stunning.
Thank you for joining in this week's ABC challenge.
Cathy xx

Julia Aston said...

I love the effect you created in your sky here!

Liam said...

This looks so real. When i seen the card it looked like a photo I was shocked to see that it was a card you made using the brayer technique. It really is a lovely card. It is most effect card I have seen.

Liam

Dany said...

Donna, your card is just stunning.... I just had to case it myself. I hope you don't mind. I did post it on my blog, but I gave you credit for the original.

Dany

Anonymous said...

Okay, this has got to be my favorite card you've ever made, it is simply stunning!! I feel like I could look out my window tonight and see that exact image. Safe to say you have got the brayering skills!!!! Beautiful :)
-K

Jean from jlfstudio said...

Simply Amazing Donna! This one took my breath away. Kinda reminds me of the view out my window on some late nights in Autumn or winter when the air is crisp and clear and Heaven's Gates seem to be open for all to see. Thanks for sharing the wonder and majesty.
- Jean