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Monday, 3 February 2014

Love - Simon says stamp challenge

This card was all an exercise in masking. It is all done in black archival and black soot distress ink. I started by stamping the quirky cottage that was an NDC stamp from Clarity stamp. I .masked it off and stamped the tree behind it. incidentally all stamps used are from Clarity stamp.

I then stamped the heart which was another NDC stamp. Then using balloon stamp i inked the ribbon part and made sure i masked off balloon and stmped underneath heart to turn it into a balloon. I stamped the small tree in background. Then i brayered the sky using black soot after i put a moon/sun mask and also masked off the heart. Then i made a cloud mask from copy paper and sponged in some clouds.

I removed the moon mask and after cotting a hill shape from copy paper i brayered in some hills in background. Using same paper i shaded some areas creating little hedges which i edged with the little tree stamp. I also created a path from the house.

Finally i stamped the birds and coloured in cottage door in red sakura glaze pen.

Matted and layered and finished off with a wrought iron fence cut out of black card with a spellbinder d-lite.

I know it's not as good as Emma Williams's creations, from whom i get loads of inspiration, but i thought i'd enter it into Simonsaysstamp challenge - love.





6 comments:

  1. Fab u lous Theresa clever use of the stamps too. Xx

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  2. Another gorgeous card Theresa and I LOVE your unique and very clever use of the stamps. I adore the black and white colour theme with just that pop of red on the front door...just gorgeous and thank you for your lovely mention and continued support. :))

    Thank you for joining us over on the Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge blog... :) xxx

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  3. Love this card! It's so sweet and love the scenery you've created! Thank you so much for joining us at Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge. Hugs, Sandra

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  4. Oh Theresa this is beautiful. I love your background but you have managed to make each individual stamp jump out of the picture. Lovely. xx

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  5. thank you ladies for the lovely comments xx

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