Thursday, 18 September 2014

Crackled and Stamped Panels

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Happy Thursday Post!
Good morning, today is lovely Lisa's Wedding Day so I'm sharing this before joining them for their celebrations later.
I wish her and Paul a wonderful day and many more happy memories and years together.

Today I'm sharing with you this idea I had for incorporating panels with stamping and crackle.

After painting and creating the Crackle on a piece of card I used the Imagination Crafts Diamond Stencil and Walnut Stain Distress Ink before cut the card into panels.
For the stamped panels I used the Penny Black Slapstick Cling Stamp - Fanciful stamped in Sepia Versafine and watercoloured.

Matted and layered onto contrasting card and a piece of Anna Marie DottyTeal Card before mounting onto a shaped card base.
I finished off by adding a few die cut butterflies. 
I loved creating this and was particularly pleased with the colours.
Hope you like it too...xKx

Crackle Medium
  Fanciful - 40 - 100  Diamonds   Dottie Teal  Scallop Edge Cards 203 x 203mm - White
 Walnut Stain Distress Ink Pad         Gold Line Artist Brush        Cosmic Shimmer Dries Clear Acrylic Glue - 30ml    



  1. Love the colours and effects achieved with the crackle, looks fab close up. Many congrats to Lisa and Paul on their wedding day xx

  2. Morning Karen.
    Such a lovely and unusual project, the the colours together. I must try the crackle medium from Imagination it looks fantastic.
    Happy Wedding Day to Lisa and Paul, have a great time everyone xxxxx

  3. Great technique and design.
    Hope your are all having a great day, pleased the weather is good for you.xx

  4. Interesting idea! The crackle looks good too and the butterflies are the perfect finishing touch.

  5. Interesting design, like the mix of colours and patterns.

  6. This is gorgeous. Love all the panels.

  7. That's so gorgeous. Love the colours and mixed panels.


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