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On a recent visit to my favorite local stamp store, I was intrigued by
this Penny Black Stamp (Poetic Leaf 40-544) and just had to have a play with it.
This was my first attempt. After watching a video by Jill for Penny Black,
I stamped on glossy paper with distress inks. First with Scattered Straw, then
with Vintage Photo, but just around the edges., I stamped several times, reinking
each time and I used the Misti. Then, I stamped vintage photo onto my
craft sheet and spritzed with water. Then I went around the outside of the
edge of the leaf with a paint brush letting the ink pool. Using black distress
in and water on my crafts sheet, I tapped the paint brush above the image to
splatter the leaf. Used distress ink around the edges.
Background was created by stamping over the entire image with
a Wendy Veachi stamp from Stampers Annonymouse LCS036.
Matted with some mustard and dark brown colored Core'dinations paper
on a cream 5x7 base card.
I used the same method as above for my second card. Inks used
for this card a memento Pear Tart, Cottage Ivy
The die is Spellbinders, the subtle background script stamp
(old ) was stamped with Antique linen distress in, right over
the entire image. Added a bow and matted onto two green mats
on a white 5x7 card base.
Here is a link to the video by Jill for Penny Black that I watched
before making these two cards.
click here then click the link
or copy and paste address into your browser.
Had a fun play with this stamp, and several went into
the trash before I did the two I am showing today.
The glossy paper makes a big difference. As well
as leaving well enough alone and not over doing it.
Thanks for stopping by today. Have a great day. Until later....
Hi Sue, Both cards are fab. The first one in particular looks like you can reach over and pick up the leaf.
Hope you have a good start to the week. Sue
What a beautiful technique Sue and Thank you for sharing the link...love it
Super cards Sue, the first one looks so real and I love the rich colours.
Pauline - Crafting with Cotnob
Love your two gorgeous cards Sue, especially the Autumnal colored one, fabulous designs,Kate x
What lovely techniques used in the coloring of your leaves. Your brilliant colors are the perfect complement for the image. Beautiful beautiful BEAUTIFUL! xx
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