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Saturday, July 7, 2012

Joanna Sheen Wendy Cotterill Stamps

Joanna not only launched the fantastic House Mouse CD project book (see below) today on Create and Craft, but also these fabulous rubber stamps drawn by Wendy Cotterill.

Here are my card samples using the stamps

 
Topper stamped on Canvas (Buckrum) ,
with crystal lacquer on Tulip.



 
Topper stamped on canvas (Buckrum)
Triple embossed then re-stamped
- embossed in white on top. Bent
topper to create cracks then
inked with walnut stain to distress.



  Topper inked with purple, greens
and brown distress inks. Added
lilac glitter.Tied together
embossing folder- sanded added
sequins and 3 small pearls to finish.

 
Topper background inked first then
embossed with white powder. Coloured
detail with distress ink. Card background is Meadow mask embossed with versamark embossed with white powder then inked to match topper. Stamped and embossed
flowers in copper on top.


 
Stamped & embossed topper twice with
black powder – one onto pearly paper.
Paper pieced pearly flower ontop of
main stamp. Stamped tullips direct to 
card adding touch of promarker in blue.
Used glue pen to add pearl and gold foils


Cut two squares also cut window a bit 
larger than topper out of smaller square
then embossed with mosaic folder -inking edges.
Topper stamped 3 times with
walnut stain distress ink – colouring base
with ink and paper pieceing the other 2
layers.- adding glitter to flowers and
edges of square.



Thank you for visiting today... and don't forget to check out Joanna's brand new fantastic

4 comments:

  1. Amazing cards Sylvie, love the buckram toppers, so many different techniques to explore:)
    Val x

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  2. such a beautiful collection of cards. The images and design are wonderful

    Sue

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  3. Beautiful cards Sylvie - such an array of gorgeousness! Now just waiting for my JS HM project book and CD to arrive........fingers itching already!

    Karen x

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  4. Hi Sylvie, your cards are exquisite, love the techniques you used to create with the stamps.

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