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Saturday, 18 April 2009

Green Classical Face and Flourishes

This card was inspired by a card in Craft Stamper magazine, and also by Jules B's take on it.

The face image, from the Non Sequitur Memories of Italy stamp set, was stamped onto the card blank using Versfine Onyx Black pigment ink.
A circle of matching card was coloured using Tim Holtz Shabby Shutters Distress ink and edged with ColorBox Amber Clay Fluid Chalk ink. The image was then stamped onto it, and the circle was attached onto the card over the top of the first image.
A flourish from the Autumn Leaves Rhona Farrer Flourishes v.2 stamp set were stamped directly onto the card blank, as was the word, which was taken from the Clear Choice! Butterflies stamp set.


BettyBoop67 said...


Julie said...

Can't really take the credit! Love your take on this project though!!

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