Sunshine

Afternoon, another make using some of my new crafty buys from Crafting Live Doncaster.

Had a play with some of my new Card-io stamps.

 

 

Die cut an oval, a Tattered Lace die, from some scrap card to create a mask for the text area.

Cut a piece of white card stock to fit an 8×8″ card blank.

Laid the oval mask on the card stock and used Adirondack inks and Inkylicious ink dusters to create the background colour.

Removed the mask and stamped the scene using various Card-io stamps sets, using black Versafine ink.

Used a black Sakura Micron to edge the oval, stamped the text, also a Card-io stamp, using black Versafine ink.

Added some sparkle to the cobweb using a clear Sakura Stardust pen.

Used Black Soot Distress ink around the edge of the scene.

Mounted onto the card blank using 3D foam pads.

Used a black Sakura Micron pen to create a border around the scene.

 

I’ll be entering the following challenges –

Sweet Stampin’ – 23/7 Outdoors

Little Claire’s Designs – #71 ATG 

Di’s Digi Designs – 15/7 Hot/Bright Colours

 

Thanks for stopping by ❤️

 

 

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3 thoughts on “Sunshine

  1. thecobweboriumemporium says:

    Morning Gail!
    Card-io stamps…. aren’t they just brilliant?!!! I discovered them about 2.5(+) years ago and I have SO many of their collections now that I’m spoilt for choice. Even Mr. Cobs knows that if stuck for a present, buy Card-io and I’ll love him to pieces for it.

    Great Card! I like the way you’ve ‘bent’ the garden fence. An inspired bit of stamp cleverness there!
    Heaps of l ❤ ve and crafty hugs ~ Cobs. x

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