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Saturday, 23 February 2019

What's Your Favourite Perfume? (by Judith)

Hello everyone, I have a couple of projects to share with you today, completing my round up of samples showcasing the lovely Perfumery range of stamps that we aired on last month's TV shows on Hochanda. I am focusing on some of the smaller stamps in the sets this time, rather than the larger perfume bottles.

To create my first project, I stamped the rose image from the Rose Perfumery stamp set five times onto a piece of Drawing Cartridge, masking it each time. I stamped the leafy sprig in the gaps to create a wreath shape.

I added some Brushos and spritzed the background with water before removing the masks. I coloured the flowers and leaves with the same colours of Brushos that I had used for the background, and added a bit of Stickles for sparkle. I stamped the sentiment in the centre, and picked out the letters with a white pen.

To create my second card, I stamped the butterfly image from the Butterfly Perfumery stamp set onto fabric three times, using Archival Ink. I coloured the butterflies with fabric paint, watered down slightly, and cut them out, leaving a small border.

I found a background in my stash box which matched the butterflies, and stamped a sentiment using Versafine Onyx Black and clear embossing powder. I attached the butterflies, and drew some stitched lines using a fineliner pen. A matching coloured card was used as matting layer.

I will be back next month, with some more fabric based samples to share with you. Thanks for stopping by, Judith xx


  1. Wow, so dreaming and delicate cards! Love the stamp on fabric!

  2. Wow Judith that wreath is gorgeous and love the Brusho colours you have used, and what a great idea to use some fabric for the butterflies which look beautiful over another wonderful Brusho background. x

  3. These are gorgeous Judith, love the rose wreath and beautiful backgrounds.
    Linda xxx

  4. Two very lovely projects, tfs.

  5. Beautiful cards Judith and I love the Brusho background too. The Rose wreath looks gorgeous x


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