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Friday, 25 March 2016

Village in the valley

Hello.
Dominike, here.
I come back with this wonderful set of stamps "Babushka". I am found of the village so I made a new card with it.

Bonjour, c'est Dominike.
Je reviens avec ces magnifiques tampons "Babushka". J'aime particulièrement le village que j'ai utilisé pour réaliser une nouvelle carte.


When I work with the Gelli plate, I use to roll my brayer on the plate and the excess paint on a piece of deli paper. Then I have a lot of beautiful papers I can torn to make my backgrounds. I glue them on a page of an old book and I stamp the village.

Quand je travaille avec la Gelli plate, j'ai l'habitude d'utiliser le brayer et je roule l'excédent de peinture sur du papier de soie. Ainsi j'ai un lot de magnifiques fonds que je peux déchirer et coller comme ici sur une page de vieux livre. Ensuite je tamponne le village.

I like the result. And you ?
J'aime bien le résultat. Et vous ?

Dominike

8 comments:

  1. So different and by the colours and design so attractive!

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  2. This is a really lovely idea Dominike and is so effective with the buildings stamped over the top. x

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  3. wow. this has really become a very beautiful and special card. I find it very beautiful. Greetings Janny

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  4. This is beautiful Dominike, I love the colours and your technique here, great inspiration, Kate x

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  5. Great idea, love your background, must try this as I love using my gelli plate.
    Thanks for the inspiration.

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  6. Yes I do.....like the result ;) Very pretty and also very interesting.

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  7. Great card Dominike, love your Gelli plate background, great colours xx Zoe xx

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  8. Very unusual card Dominike and what a fab way to use your Gelli backgrounds. Wonderful!

    Hugs
    Lesley Xx

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