Wow! what a show Joanna did today. These Cameo stamps sold out after only 20 minutes into the show. I am so delighted that they are so popular.
Here are my 10 sample cards that I made for the show with brief descriptions of how I made each one. Plus I have a Freebie template to download at the end.
Embossed cameos with gilded Ivory powder. Die cut ,
Inked, layered up. Background printed paper embossed with
folder then sanded and inked around the edges.
Stamped and embossed cameo
frame. Cut out cameo and filled
with JS pressed flowers to create a miniature.
Cameo stamped and white embossed onto black card.
Stamped cameo again on cream, die cut and inked.
Corners stamped onto black card
Cameo Black embossed onto cream card.
Stamped 2nd cameo – white embossed
and inked and set onto a piece of foam
board cut to size. Paper by Prima
Used lace corner white embossed
then inked to create backing paper.
Stamped and pewter embossed
frame onto black. Stamped
cameo 2nd time – white embossed
die cut and inked.
Twice Stamped and embossed with
white powder onto parchement paper.
Layered the cameo after colouring
with promarkers underneath. Added white
Stamped & Black embossed cameo onto cream
card -stamed 2nd one onto sticky backed alluminium
foil embossed with black. Wrapped the foiled cameo
around a die cut piece of card cut to
size – layered onto frame.
Silver embossed cameo onto black
card then cut a rectangle. Stamped
and black embossed cameo onto holographic
card.. die cut and layered up.
Used MS all over page Art deco
punch. Stamped cameo twice one
onto cream other on black both embossed with
gilded Ivory. Die cut the cameo and used crystal laquer.
Inked the frame with walnut stain.
My own bodyform template.
Stamped collar and along bottom
using cosmic shimmer powder.
Cameo embossed white..inked then
placed into a cameo mount
(cost approx £1.50 on WWW)
Covered with crystal laquer to
give glass effect.
If you like this card to use for your own cameo or for any type of jewellery display.. I have a FREE template below for you to print out and use for your own personal use. Click on the image to see the large version, right click and save to your PC.
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