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Tuesday, 13 October 2015

Exquisite and Owl Edges by Zoe

Good morning, back again with 2 samples using the fab new edge stamp sets - Exquisite Edges and Owl Edges you can purchase them here

My first card was very simple, I wet some watercolour card with plain water and just lightly washed over watercolours in a pastel blue and pale grey and dried with my heat tool, I inked up the Reeds from the Owl Edges set using Forest Moss Distress Inkpad, I lightly spritzed with water before stamping to create a watercolour style image, once dry I added some gold glitter glue very lightly on the reeds, the birds are from Landscape Edges and sentiment is Words of Inspiration

My tag is another very simple make, Linen texture card, I stamped using Versamark inkpad with one of the gorgeous Exquisite Edges, I swiped over using 3 shades of Bright Yellow Green Pan Pastels, once I was happy with the blend I sprayed with cheap hairspray to set the pastels, I used Forest Moss Distress ink to stamp the floral edge from the Owls Edges set, the sentiment is See Beauty clear stamp set.

Don't forget to pop back each day to see what my fab teamies create, thank you for your kind comments, I love to read them, have a fabulous day xx Zoe xx

 

5 comments:

  1. Two very pretty creations Zoe. The bulrushes look great done in that watery way and the tag with the ornate Exquisite edges in gold works perfectly. x

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  2. Lovely makes Zoe, I love your designs and the inspirationa sentiment is lovely, Kate x

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  3. beautiful work Zoe - really lovely xx

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  4. These are lovely Zoe. I especially like the card with its soft watercolour effect but they both show the beauty of the edge sets.

    Hugs
    Lesley Xx

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  5. The watercolour background looks great! And on that linen texture it looks so different!

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