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Tuesday, 29 October 2013

Purple and Gold (posted by Judith)

Hi folks, I have another sample showcasing the Fancy Flourishes clear stamp set for you today. I have created a background by colouring a piece of glossy card with alcohol inks. I then stamped one of the flourish stamps diagonally across the card using gold embossing powder. I used two pieces of mountboard which I cut into oval shapes and coloured with Distress Inks. I stamped these with the crackle stamp from the Echoes of Italy stamp set to give them an aged feel. I stamped the large flourish onto the bigger oval, and a sentiment from the Loving Sentiments stamp set onto the smaller oval.

I punched a hole into each piece of mountboard at this point. I then added three layers of ultra thick embossing enamel to each piece, so that they looked like glazed tiles. I added some jump rings between them, and stuck some gems onto the large flourish.





Thanks for stopping by, Judith xx

3 comments:

  1. A beautiful combination, especially with the gems added to the focal flourish. It's very regal & I particularly like the way you didn't cover the whole of the background with pattern but left some "white" space. Love the crackle effect on both of those 'tiles.'
    Paula (PEP)

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  2. Just beautiful! I love the jewel-like colours you've used. It's great that at least two of the flourish stamps will join up to make a continuous pattern.

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  3. Very jewel-like. Love the colours.

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