As you know Magda joined the Design Team earlier this month and I thought it was about time you knew a little more about her. I put the usual questions I always ask new DT members so here goes.
What what were your first Chocolate Baroque stamps?
I remember that it was a parcel with several stamps : Peacock set, Indian Elephant, Texture Fragments,Serenity and Tranquillity set
What style of stamping do you prefer?
It is quite difficult to say which style of stamps I prefer. Chocolate Baroque stamps are very inviting and it is always a challenge with myself to see the final result of style.
What stamps are on your wishlist?
There are a lot of items signed in my list, here just some of them: Floribunda Net Individual, Another Brick in the Walled, Sketchy Doodle Flowers, Sunburst Scenes, Music Fanfare
Can you tell us in one sentence what crafting means to you
I would love to stay all the day in my craft room with ideas to put on paper, using several colours, stamps etc., fortunately I have found a good balance between my “world” up stairs, the one down stairs and the one outside.
And now here is Magda's latest project for you using a combination of stamps.
Thinking about a Catwalk I named my project “Elephant Walk”. It is easy and nice to realise , even if it is twice to do, one time on the envelope and the second time on the card.
- Colour the upper part with Distress Inkpad Tumbled Glass for the sky, leaving some white spaces as clouds
- Use Distress Inkpad Peeled Paint for the grass.
- Stamp with Archival black on the left side of the envelope and on the right side of the card one elephant of Indian Elephant.
- Stamp with Archival black the grass and the plants of Floral Edges.
- Stamp with Archival black the birds of Landscape Edges clear stamp set
- Colour the Elephants with Faber-Castell Pencils.
- Close the envelope and trim its right side to insert the car.
- Punch a half hole in the middle of the right side of the envelope.
- Stamp the sentiment that you like on the card and glue a ribbon on the right side to pull it out from the envelope.
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