Monday, 27 June 2016
Sunday, 26 June 2016
Good morning Lovelies and I'm back again for my third post using these delicious Baroque Ornament stamps.
My final card I used the Dots n Stripes stamp, I used 3 colours of mica spray inks, once dry I stamped with Versamark Inkpad and heat embossed using a pale green EP it doesn't look green in the photo but it's a very pale pearlised green, I then heat embossed using a gold EP onto some vellum the sentiment which I ripped tore and adhered loosely, added a gem, very quick and simple.
I hope you've liked my designs using these gorgeous stamps, I love to read your comments. Have a wonderful day xx Zoe xx
Saturday, 25 June 2016
I love how it turned out, hope you like it too.
Thanks so much for stopping by today,
Friday, 24 June 2016
Dominike has made a selection of tree themed cards with colourful backgrounds and inspirational sentiments.
Anne's card has been created using a pretty background paper, and added Punky Flowers. A sentiment and bow complete the card perfectly.
Julie has used a gelli plate to create a simple background shape, stamped the image, and then added pencil colouring to each image on her little notelets.
I made a quick and simple Father's Day card using linen card, and stamped a script stamp and vintage cyclist onto the top layer. Adding the sentiment onto a little tag completes the card.
Magda are next. The first uses scraps from another project, a Brusho background with a kraft mosaic design:
Brenda has created some lovely cards for us this time. To create her first card, she masked a sun and created a soft background with Pan Pastels using the colour that was already on the sponges from the previous use. Using water based markers, she inked one of the stamps from the Butterfly Flourish Swirls stamp set and spritzed it with water before repeat stamping across the bottom of the card. After removing the mask, she stamped a sentiment from the Pretty Poppies stamp set and matted and layered the background onto the base card.
Oriental Crane stamp set and a pussy willow from the Spring Foliage stamp set, and heat embossed them both with clear embossing powder. She coloured the crane with water based markers. For the bullrushes along the bottom, you can use a fabulous stamp from the Owl Edges stamp set.
Zoe to close our fabulous group of samples. She has used an image from the Fancy Flowers stamp set on her shaped card:
Teeny Weeny Meadow stamp set to create the wreath on this card:
We will back next month with more quick and easy cards to share with you, but in the meantime, do check out the daily inspiration on the blog from the Design Team. Thanks for stopping by,
Thursday, 23 June 2016
The Four Seasons starts with Spring Awakening
followed by Summer Fair
then Autumn Medley
and finally Winter Dawn
The fifth new release is entitled Tangled Birch and is another outstanding design.
Looking at these I am not sure which I would purchase first, but suffice to say that I remain in envy of Sue. Being able to draw this kind of beauty and quality of image is a wondeful talent to have and we are lucky enough to be able to share that in these exquisite new stamps. I am sure you will all agree.