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26 November, 2015
I love to use distress inks in all kinds of ways. This time I masked the image, inked the stamp, spritzed it with water and stamped over. The image is a lot softer and more blended than just stamping it straight on.
Image: A Day for Daisies
Stamp (Gauze): HeroArts
Sentiment stamp: Cardmaking for Connisseurs
Flowers: from stash (I've had these for years, usually I make my own, but now I'm trying to use stuff up).
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Thought I recognised your background stamp - I have one lurking in my supplies too. Love the way you have used it Carol to emphasis the gorgeous image.
Oho,this is lovely. Thank you for joining in at WTHI, Claire xXx
Hi Carol, great card and love how you have created the background. Very pretty image and thanks for sharing with us in our challenge at Penny's Paper Crafty. We do hope you will join us again. Jennifer DT member x
I am forever trying to come up with creative ways to make different backgrounds. This is always a good option and looks great. Sometimes I don't think about masking with digital images. Thanks for sharing this with us at A Day For Daisies.
Great way to use the background. I have a similar stamp and haven't used it.... love this idea.
This is gorgeous - love the image and layout - thank you for sharing with us at Penny's Paper-Crafty and good luck - Michelle x
Your background plays up the sweet image you have used. They are both a contrast and a compliment to one another! Love the technique you used and your coloring. Thanks for playing with us at ADFD. I look forward to seeing your work again in our gallery! Hugs, Cathy xx
Lovely ethereal coloring!!
That background stamp is a brilliant idea!
I am so glad you played along with us at A Day for Daisies!! :)
OOH! That background is super! Thanks for adding your lovely watercolour creation to our challenge at A Day for Daisies!
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