I have another quick card to share today which uses my favourite butterfly and moth stamps.
In honour of my favourite season I added a background which I had ran through an embossing folder and highlighted with ink.
I hope you like it.
I have a Journal Page to share today using a lovely Butterfly stamp and an embossing folder.
I have used alcohol markers to colour and highlight the butterfly image and ink on the embossed background.
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I have another card to share today which features a stamp from the Butterfly Poppy Collage stamp sheet from Chocolate Baroque.
I stamped the Poppy stamp with gold embossing powder and stamped various other stamps from my stash in brown ink in the background. I added a little colour using chalks and added 3D Clear Gloss Finish to the Poppies.
For the background I embossed some patterned paper using an embossing folder and stamped 2 corners in Gilding Flakes.
The final addition of a Spellbinders diecut and a coordinating brown base layer and my card is finished.
Thanks for stopping by and as always, more to come soon, so please come visit again.
I have another version of a card I did recently to share today.
This time using a sketchy stamp from Hobby Arts.
I used an assortment of stamps in the background including a moth from Chocolate Baroque.
The background uses the Paisley Embossalicious folder from Crafter’s Companion.
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I would like to share another crochet border in today’s card, together with a very lovely stamp from Chocolate Baroque.
For the main focal point, I have simply stamped the image onto a patterned paper for added interest. I love this stamp and think that it needs very little doing to it.
Along with the crochet border, I have embossed a co-ordinating colour for the background, cut some parchment with a spellbinder die and overlayed over a further piece of backing paper.
A very simple card but quite elegant.
See you again soon with another card!