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Wednesday, 5 July 2017

Winter by Zoe

Good morning Lovelies, here's my first post for this month featuring the fabulous Seasonal Ladies that were featured recently on Hochanda.

My first card I used a glossy card stock, scrumpled up some cling film and sprinkled a tiny amount of Brusho Crystals- (Sea green and Grey) onto the cling film I then spritzed with a silver mica spray ink, I then wrapped the cling film around the card and formed wrinkles once in place, I left it for no longer than 10 mins, it mustn't dry or it will tear the paper when removed, so once completely dry I just stamped the Winter Dawn lady in Black Archival Inkpad and added a few pearl drops to the snowflakes.

My second card I literally folded so Linen card in half, added Distress Oxide Inkpads to an acrylic block and spritzed with water, I swiped the block across the card, added a few splashes of water while drying with my heat tool, once completely dry I heat embossed the lady and sentiment in white, added sequins.

I stamped and heat embossed in white onto watercolour card, masked off her face using Drawing gum and lightly sprinkled with Brusho's, spritzed with water and mica powder to give a shimmer, once dry I used the stencil and Distress Inkpad for the word and texture Paste with the snowflakes, while the flakes were still wet I sprinkled with blue glass glitter.

I hope you like my creations, have a great day xx Zoe xx


  1. Lovely cards, I especially love the centre one, makes a beautiful Christmas card.

  2. Beautiful selection of cards, wintery colours are fabulous, Kate x

  3. Three great versions of the same stamp Zoe and just shows how different a stamp can look. The cling film has worked its magic on the first and then the bright colours of the other two set the stamp off beautifully. x

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    1. Beautiful Wintery Cards, Zoe ..... the first one is my favourite as this seems to show the Stamp off beautifully ..... xxx

  5. Lovely cards Zoe and I think my favourite is the first one as I adore the background that you've made. I really must have a go at that myself. Sandra x


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