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Friday, 29 September 2017

Two projects (by Magda)

There is still time for Christmas, but these beautiful stamps from Chocolate Baroque have tempted me to try two very different projects.

Long Card :

1. Blend Distress Ink Pad Antique Linen on 3 white ATC cards
2. Stamp with Versafine Olympia Green  on each ATC a different subject, from Frosty Trees
    and New England Winter set
3. Decorate with red gems and Stickles - Crystal
4. For the background of the card blend Distress Ink Pad Antique Linen, Old Paper, Mustard Seeds
    and Rusty Hinge.
5. Stamp with Versafine Olympia Green  a sentiment from the Frosty Trees set




Journaling Page:

1. Colour your journaling page with green, red  and yellow acrylic paint
2. Cover all the page with Dina Wakley Media white gesso 
3. Stencil spots randomly with Distress Ink Pad Pine Needle 
4. Stamp with Distress Ink Pad Pine Needle and Walnut Stain the tree from the Frosty Trees set  in order to create a scene
5. Use Dina Wakley Media white gesso  on the snowflakes of Seasonal Elements stencil 
6. Stamp with Versafine Vintage Sepia the sentiment Let's get Festive
7. Decorate with some red gems and Stickles - Crystal



Thank you for passing by
Magda



   

11 comments:

  1. Two beautiful projects Magda, and love your three little square with the different trees and pine branch and a lovely shaped card, and then the very artistic journal page. x

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  2. Great projects, I like your journal page! Your Christmas card is lovely,is there a bit of sparkle around those cute little squares?

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    1. Thank you Judith. Yes all around is Stickles, Crystal. I like this product very much. xxx

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  3. Two fab projects! Love especially the first one!

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  4. So beautiful Magda, I love trees and your cards are beautifully designed, Kate x

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  5. Lovely projects but especially the first one.

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