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Thursday, 7 June 2018

Rose and Feathers - by Magda

I am so pleased to share with you the new stamps from Chocolate Baroque that are as usual, very detailed.
Here below you will find two step by steps, a journaling page and a card.

Journaling Page:
1. Cover your journaling page with white gesso
2. Blend Distress Ink Pad  Seedless Preserves and Worn Lipstick with a Stylus blending tool
3. Stamp randomly with water the background stamp  "On the Tiles Individual" and some
    feathers from "I shall be your Wings"  and let dry
4. Stamp some other feathers with Distress Ink Pad Antique Linen
5. Stamp with Versafine Onyx Black    the "Rose Duo" image
6. Add some colour to the rose
7. Stamp the sentiment from the rubber plate "I shall be your Wings" with Versafine Onyx Black 

1. Colour the white cardstock mat with Brusho watercolour red, yellow and orange, and let dry
2. Stamp the feather from "I shall be your Wings" on the right side of the mat with Versafine Majestic 
3. Stencil white embossing paste on the left side of the mat and let dry
4. Apply a light coat of Stickles on the feather and on the embossing paste
5. Stamp the sentiment from the same plate "I shall be your Wings"  
6. Use some twine as decoration
7. Colour the second mat using a matching colour of the stamp
8. Glue both mats on your card

Thank you for passing by


  1. Wow!!! Fabulous makes!! Love so much the stenciled background!

  2. Brilliant projects, especially love the feather card, my sort of colours.

  3. Two beautifully coloured backgrounds Magda and love the rose and feather image you have added to each and also the bit of added white texture and the baker's twine on the second. Really pretty! x

  4. These are gorgeous Magda, love the backgrounds and the beautiful stamps.
    Linda xxx

  5. Two wonderful backgrounds Magda, I love the colours you've used, and the stamping is lovely, Kate x


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