Friday, August 29, 2014

STAMPlorations Spotlight - Creating a focal black n white effect!

Hello friends! Today I am up with a spotlight project over at the STAMPlorations blog. This is my very first spotlight feature and I am both excited and nervous :) I hope I will be able to inspire you.  I am showcasing a technique often done in photography. 


So, here's a look into the finished project. 

I have used STAMPlorations beautiful new release Bloom Sketches set.  Please head over to the STAMPlorations blog for a photo tutorial on this card. 
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Thank you for stopping by and leaving me a comment :)

34 comments:

  1. wow, beautiful card, thanks for the inspiration :)

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  2. Stunning, I will instandly head over for the tutorial ! Such a beautiful, mystic, interesting card ...wow...

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  3. Dee I love this, the red poppy just pops off the black blended background!

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  4. I'm gonna try this Deepti. Awesome!

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  5. Just stunning - such a fabulous idea!

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  6. Yeah, Deepti! Congratulations on your first and very succesful Spotlight Project! It is stunning!

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  7. Your red blooms are gorgeous with the black and white Deepti! what wonderful shading on this beautiful card!

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  8. GORGEOUS!!!! LOVE LOVE LOVE the pop of red with the grays and black. VERY WELL DONE Deepti!!

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  9. Congrats on your well deserved Feature, Deepti! Your card is absolutely stunning! I love how you created depth with your images and the pop of color is just amazing!!! Off to check out your photo tutorial :)

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  10. SO AMAZING!!! Picking my jaw up off the floor-- You are such an artist!!

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  11. Lovely Deepti!!! Love the striking framing effects !!! Thanks for joining us at the Challenge!!!! I love seeing you join ANY challenge!!!

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  12. SUPER card, wonderful contrast with the ombre background and flashy red flowers

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  13. Absolutely breath taking ! What a dynamic card Deepti I simply adore the atmospheric feel to this stunner.

    Marie

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  14. This is breathtaking! Great work, Deepti, Jo x

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  15. Card full of mystery. Beautiful

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  16. Congrats on the spotlight Deepti....and your cards are always inspiring. This one is no exception.

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  17. gorgeous card, deepti... the tutorial was fabulous, too!

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  18. I just read the tutorial on Stamp site and loved it, what a great look, so creative my friend x

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  19. This is stunning Deepti! I love the pop of bright color against the soft neutral background!
    Thank you for joining us at Seize The Birthday. :)

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  20. Incredible, just incredible! I have already given this technique a go, following your great instructions, but it is nothing like your stunner here!

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  21. This is simply stunning Dee, I love the contrast you have created between the soft halo of grey and the intense orange red of the poppies. x

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  22. Perfection! Utter perfection! Wow, Deepti. This is, like, truly amazing. :)

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  23. Gorgeous card! Love the pop of color with the black and white! Just striking!! Love it!

    Thank you very much for joining us this week at the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge Blog!

    hugs...
    Melissa

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  24. just stunning, so eyecatching the red poppy

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  25. I agree with Vicki...you are such an artist! Amazing!!!

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  26. This is STUNNING Deepti - LOVE!!!!!

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  27. You already know how much I love this :)) Thanks so much for playing along at Seize The Birthday too!

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  28. Most gorgeously done!! Amazing pop of color with those flowers and just so well done!! Love it!!

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  29. What a stunning card and a utterly fabulous technique I so loved it ..Definitely going to give this a try.TFS :)

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  30. Those poppies just jump off the page! Great color contrast!

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  31. This should be framed--what a beauty!

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