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Friday, 11 March 2016

Lovely Babushka (by Anne)


Good morning. I have been playing with the new Babushkastamp set. This set is so much fun and really different. I also love the Russian buildings that are included too – great for scene building.


Materials:

  • Babushka and Indian Textiles stamp sets
  • C6 shaped card and white stamping card
  • Inkpads: Distress Ink (Broken China) and Versafine (Onyx Black)
  • Watercolour pens (Spectrum Aqua)
  • Glitter marker (gold), black marker and gold glitter glue
  • 3D glue gel

 

How it was done:

I created masks for the buildings by stamping onto copy paper and cutting them out. The buildings were stamped with Versafine, covered with the masks and I then stamped with the background silhouette buildings with Distress Ink.

The images were coloured with watercolour pens. Some colour was applied directly, and some by picking up colour from a pallet using a damp brush. I then finished with touches of sparkle pen and glitter glue.

Happy Friday - Hugs, Anne xxx

13 comments:

  1. I love this stamp so many possibilities to use this stamps. Greetings Janny

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  2. not to mention it has become a beautiful card. Janny

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  3. Beautiful scene and I really like the "window"-shape!

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  4. I love your background scene and then the Babushka dolls in the foreground Anne. A really beautiful card. x

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  5. A wonderful scene anne...really fabulous ... can't wait for my stamps to arrive. Hugs rachel xx

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  6. Lovely card, beautiful colouring.

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  7. Wie wunderschön ist das denn?!
    Und dann dieser Hintergrund, die Indischen Türme, das ist genial.
    Ich bin begeistert :-)

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  8. This is a lovely card, the background and the positioning of the dolls are really good and I also like the unusual frame.

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  9. Your scene is delightful. Love the buildings in the distance as well as the closer ones. Beautiful colouring on the dolls too.

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  10. Beautiful card Anne, loving your colours and the background buildings are fabulous, Kate x

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  11. Clever girl Anne using the Indian textiles stamp in the background. It works brilliantly and your tag is lovely.

    Hugs
    Lesley Xx

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