Wednesday, 15 February 2017

Lavinia Stamps and Alcohol Inks with Acetate tuck in's............

Good morning all,

Well I did attempt to do this post last night but after drinking a bottle of champagne that was part of my Valentines present,......... bearing in mind I have not touched a drop of alcohol since 9th January.
Well you can imagine.........
I was feeling a little squiffy to say the least and the fact that I could see two screens was not helping......So I gave up and decided to do it this morning!

I am madly busy at the moment getting ready for the annual spring NEC Trade show at the weekend and also preparing demos for the next Hochanda Shows on 25th February!!!

So today I thought that I would show you a couple of makes from my class last month using the gorgeous new Lavinia Stamps and alcohol inks and then adding a lovely Hunkydory foiled acetate tuck in to the front to add more dimension. The ladies made one of these at the class and loved it.....

I will list everything I used underneath, I really must remember to take stage by stage photos but am always so busy and need to get them done and forget!!!

So here we go...........

Gloss Card
Lavinia Stamps Glow Flowers Stamp
Lavinia Stamps Trailing Ivy Stamp
Black card and an old Martha Stewart punch from my stash
Hobby Art Word Stamp

You can see how the acetate adds so much depth to the picture.......

Gloss Card
Lavinia Stamps Trailing Ivy Stamp
Lavinia Stamps Message Stamp
Black card and an old Martha Stewart punch from my stash

Well I hope you liked looking, thank you if you have taken the time to.......
It is a short one from me today but I must press on and get some more work done so back out in to the studio again in a minute. 
Have a great week and I will see you all again soon.....

Love and hugs 
Lisa B xxx

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