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Sunday, 31 March 2019

Swirly Mannequin by Penny

Goodly morning peeps, I hope you are all well.  This is my last post this month and it features another sample from the CB shows.    I have used stamps from the Haberdashery, March Fairy, and Artistic Affirmations sets, Distress Inks, black Versafine ink, clear embossing powder, silver pen and alcohol markers.



I stamped the swirly mannequin in black Versafine ink and embossed it with clear powder.  I then masked it off so that I could create the background.  I also stamped and embossed a pair of cotton reels, then coloured and masked them as well. 


To create the background I blended three shades of pink Distress Inks, then stamped a few worker stamps randomly over the panel, using the same inks.  I added black ink around the edges, then matted the panel onto black card.  I removed the masks and attached the panel to a white base card.  I then stamped and embossed a pair of scissors onto acetate, coloured them on the reverse with a silver pen, and cut them out.  On a spare piece of card I stamped the word 'Create' in black and embossed it with clear EP.  I edged the word panel with pink ink before matting it onto black card.  I then attached the word panel and the scissors to the card.


Thank you for taking time out to read this post, I hope you enjoyed it and found it inspiring.  Stay safe and well everyone, and I'll see you in April with another project,  


                          xx  Penny  xx  

6 comments:

  1. These are gorgeous Penny and we all love our pink x

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  2. Absolutely gorgeous Penny, beautifully designed and coloured, Kate x x

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  3. Lovely card! Fab colours and stamps!

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  4. Absolutely beautiful!
    Hugs
    Linda xxx

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  5. How bright and pretty Penny and the soft stamping in the background work really well. A wonderful card! x

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