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Saturday, 12 December 2015

Behind the Scenes (posted by Judith)

Hello everyone, I hope that you have been able to catch the TV shows featuring the Beautiful Backgrounds cling mounted stamps on the Craft Channel recently. The samples created by my Team Mates, and demos by Lesley were just amazing. I have a couple of projects to show you myself that were featured on the shows, and I hope that they will give you a little bit of inspiration in using these fabulous stamps.

My first project features the Floral Weave cling mounted stamp, and I have created an underwater scene, using stamps from the Seashore and Seadragon stamp sets.

I created a watery background on a piece of watercolour paper, by painting some water based ink onto the background, and dropping sea salt onto the paper while it was still wet. I left the background to dry before removing the salt. I stamped and embossed the background image using a lovely teal embossing powder, it works really well as a seaweed image on this card. I stamped and coloured the seahorse on a separate piece of card, before cutting it out and adhering it to the background. I stamped the sentiment, and matted the background onto teal card.

I added some little pearls to the flower centres to complete the card.

My second project is a canvas, combining a couple of the background stamps, Baroque Orchids, and Studded Lattice. I have added some flowers created using stamps from the Elegant Iris stamp set, and some die cut leaves. For full instructions on how I made this piece, hop over to my blog.

Thanks for stopping by, Judith xx

6 comments:

  1. I really love both your projects , what a beautiful canvas!!! And the card really looks great , I love the stamp with the flowers a lot, I'll put it on my wishing list!!!

    Have a nice stamping time!!!
    Maria

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  2. Love your underwater card, I would never have thought of using the flowers as a seascape.
    Your canvass is lovely too!

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  3. Two pretty creations Judith and the first look fantastic used as an underwater scene with the seahorse, and then the canvas with the baroque orchid and studded lattice work as the perfect foil to the lovely stamped flowers. x

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  4. Love them both Judith, the images and colours are so beautiful, Kate x

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  5. absolutely beautiful - i love this Judith xx

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  6. Beautiful! Love the colours at each card; they make such a special scene and warmth on each!

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