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Friday, 17 September 2010


This card uses two Stampscapes rubber stamps,Star Birth (217G) and Lakeside Cove Lge (049G).The background was made by dragging oil pastels to give a 'Northern Lights' feel vertically over the top two thirds of a piece of white card, and dragging blues horizontally across the bottom third for the water. I then stamped the Star Birth in Black Versafine, then lined up the Lakeside cove below it, also in Versafine black. The image was cropped then matted onto Black then White card. I scored and folded a sheet of dark blue card, then trimmed down to make a square card blank. Crafty Individuals stamp CI 021, which is a words background was stamped in Black Versafine in the top left and bottom right corners of the card front. The matted image was then mounted centrally on the card base.


MaggieC said...

Love this one, Shaz. Lovely effects with dragging the ink.

Eileen said...

Hi Shaz ..I love this too!! What did you use to drag the inks ? Something like cut & dry foam? Xx

Shazsilverwolf said...

Yes, cut & dry foam. I have also discovered that I can get the same effect using oil pastels- I feel an episode of discovery coming on!lol.

Donna Heber said...

Wow! Your scenes are awesome.


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