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Friday, 28 August 2020

Very geometric...(by Miranda)

Hi there,

It's me again with another post with some geometric inspirations for you. When I saw these 4 'blueprint' sets, I could almost not choose which one to pick........Because the freesia flower was in my mums bridal bouquet it had to be that one.....she loved freesia's especially in times when they had that lovely scent.

I always love geometric shapes and it's great that some them are separate stamps on the sheet so you can als create your own design!

This is the 1st card....because these cards are not so labour intensive I have made some more.... This time I was inspired by the technique and colors Lesley used in one of her video's although I did not use the ink technique. And I was inspired by the blending background technique from Eileen Godwin.

now onto the 2nd card, same colors same technique......

I did stamp and blend using Distress ink Vintage photo and did some masking too to create my own design......

I took colour out of some  flowers and recolored using some pencils. Some accent lining with fineliner 0.2 mm.

And then I needed more on to the 3rd one....
Here I have used Distress inks Twisted Citrus, Peacock Feathers and Salty ocean. Stamped the images using Versafine black. And some hints of color using colored pencils.

I have used this stamp set;

Well, I did not use much this time but I like the results....sometimes less is more....

Hope to see you next time and thanks for visiting.
Have a crafty day,


  1. These cards are so inspirational. I have this stamp set and will have a go at something similar in the near future x

  2. Sjeeee Miranda Art with capital A. .. really

  3. Prachtig! Herkende meteen hoe je geïnspireerd was. Super de contrasten van deze kaarten :D

  4. WOW!¬ These are amazing, I love how you have used the stamps and beautiful colours.
    Faith x

  5. All your cards in this post look great.
    I love the “simplicity” of the looks.
    The technique of the background looks great, as well on the brown card as on the coloured one.
    Your post made me gready for this stampset ❤️❤️

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  7. Three fantastic cards Miranda, and love the sepia tones of the first and second, and then the brighter look with the pretty yellow, green and blue inks on the third and featuring the gorgeous Freesias Blueprint set of stamps, also the merging multi directional lines make the perfect background to all. x


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