This background is a Lavinia Stamps Scene Scape paper and Ive added the stamps to it.
Isn’t it funny how you spend ink and time on a background, only to end up liking the off cuts better?! Lavinia stamps used here.
I die cut this lovely milk churn and several flowers, and dipped them in wet distress inks in various colours. The final touch was a little wooden Love heart I found on my desk. Im quite pleased with it.
I made three cards with this delightful die today. Two Christmas and one Birthday. I inked the birthday card with a paint brush and Distress oxide inks.
I made this card for my GP who is leaving our surgery. I will miss her! We always had a little hug at the end of the consultation!
Using the aforementioned technique of ink dusting through a stencil, and I then cut out a stamped image of two girls hugging and matted onto a co-ordinating colour card.
I used my ink duster brushes (thanks Trish Lewis for putting me onto these little wonders!) to ink through my stencil and added the lovely ballerina die cuts. Hope you like it.
I used my ink duster brushes to carefully ink through the stencil, to keep to the pattern, which gives a nice light colour without being patchy as it can be when using the sponge dauber and ink and then I cut the die and matted it onto black card.
I am always really nervous about creating a scene, so I breathed a big sigh when I finished this. I think Ive got the perspective correct!
I inked through a sun ray stencil and then stamped the hills. The people on bench and grass is a die cut.
Emulating the background technique of Eileen Godwin’s recent cards, here I have used my ink duster brushes through the stencil to create a ‘fading away’ background. I love this little girl stamp. I don’t know the make Im afraid.