Thursday, 28 January 2016

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Today I would like to share a card made with Flowering Fields stamp set.
 The floral images were stamped onto watercolour paper using Crushed Curry, Rose Red, Rich Razzleberry, Old Olive and Mossy Meadow inks.
I used a Blender Pen to pull the ink from the stamped outline into the centre of each image. I did try using an Aquabrush but I found that it washed out the detail of the stamped image.
Once I had coloured all the images, I stamped the sides and bottom of the card with the script stamp from the By The Tide stamp set and Crumb Cake ink. I stamped off onto my grid paper first to achieve a fainter image.
The edges were then sponged with Crumb Cake ink, and a greeting added.
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  1. Adorable card. Like a small piece of art. Love it. You have made a great job with this stamp set. TFS. X Bibi

  2. This is beautiful Clare, I especially love the script over the top, very pretty indeed x

  3. hello Claire - I love this stamp set and its perfect for colouring/blending. I love your card and how ithe design carries on to the inside. beautiful result

  4. This is so beautiful Clare.

  5. Lovely card Clare - very pretty :-) x

  6. Hi Clare, I love the colours you've chosen and how the script fades into white space x

  7. So pretty! Love the antique look.