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Friday, 2 October 2015

Twit Twooooo (posted by Claire)

Good morning, Claire here with my first sample created using this month's new stamps. As always the stamps are a real joy to work with. This morning's card features some of the stamps from Owl Edges.


This was a very quick card to make using white cardstock and a Vintage Photo Inkpad. I began by lightly dusting some ink over the top half of the card with a stencil brush. Then I masked the moon and tore a paper mask for the hills and dusted more ink around the moon. I carried on creating the background by moving the paper mask down and dusting ink over to create the hills.

Next I stamped the branch and owl and used a water brush with a little more ink to colour the image. I stamped the bullrushed at the bottom of the card using first and second generation stamping. Next I distressed the edges with a craft knife and applied some more ink using an ink blending tool. 

To finish off I've added some twine and a little owl charm.
My teamies have created some stunning projects with this month's new stamps so don't forget to keep checking back for more inspiration.


Claire xx

9 comments:

  1. Love this Claire, great in the sepia colours xx Zoe xx

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  2. Oh I need to try these colors , what a cute card . Love it

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  3. Kinda spooky-looking and very atmospheric. I can see those owls being most useful :)

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  4. How beautiful. Masking is done so well and I love the monochromatic colour scheme.

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  5. Claire, this is gorgeous, well I love owls and your design is fab, I think coloured in the brown shades give it a haunting look, brilliant inspiration, Kate x

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  6. I love these monochromatic sepia tones and a single owl from the edges stamp is great with that very pleasing scene Claire. I love the added twine and owl charm too. x

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  7. A stunning scene! Love the owl like this!

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  8. Lovely little scene with the owl watching over his nighttime domain! Beautiful monochrome inking.

    Hugs
    Lesley Xx

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