Tuesday, 15 July 2014

Stamped & Stencilled

*This is an Indigo Blu promotion post. Remember to leave a comment to be entered in the giveaway.*
Hello, happy Tuesday. Here's another of my Indigo Blu card samples..........
I used the TCW harlequin stencil for the background. First, I applied Mustard Seed mini distress ink through it, then I moved the stencil slightly & applied Peacock Feathers mini distress on top.
'Elizabeth Bennet' was stamped with Onyx Black Versafine & heat set with WOW Clear Gloss embossing powder. I added a little colour with watered down distress inks & painted over the flowers with Imagination Crafts Silkies paints - Sunshine Satin & Tuscan Satin - stamped the butterfly onto scrap card, coloured it, cut it out & attached it to the main image with Cosmic Shimmer glue.

Elizabeth Bennet   TCW Mini Harlequin    Silkies - Sunshine Satin    Silkies Tuscan Satin    Tim Holtz Distress Ink - Mini Set 1     VersaFine Ink pad - Onyx Black    WA01 Clear Gloss 160ml    Cosmic Shimmer Dries Clear Acrylic Glue - 30ml  

 I'll be back soon. Thanks for looking.

PS Four days to the event day............


  1. Wow Lisa how do you keep them coming!! Once again a beautiful card. Love her eye shadow!!

  2. Again, love the colouring with that stamp, sometimes less is definitely more :-)

  3. Hiya Kirsten - another fab make - love the blue eyeshadow! Brilliant! Hugs rachel xx

  4. Gorgeous card. Love the shadow effect with moving the stencil slightly.

  5. I like the way you're using the same stamp to give us ideas for different looks and I like the mix of stencils and stamps. Thank you Kirsten, Jan

  6. Hi, its great to see the same stamp used in different ways, getting value for money, the colours are lovely too, xx

  7. Love it! I need all these goodies and as Jan has said I too love the different looks and cards from using one stamp - it just goes to show how versatile the stamp is. Thank you for sharing these with us Karen xx

  8. So many ideas for using the same stamp to get a different effect. Beautiful! x


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