The stamp I have used today is a very old one - so old that the writing has worn off, so I can't give the manufacturer or reference number, but I bought it from America about 12 years ago, along with a dragonfly and a leaf background in the same range. The designs are very big - about 13 cm by 10 cm -which means they are not very versatile as they always dominate anything else used with them, but despite that I love them and come back to them over and over again. As many of you will know, I am a comper and find them very useful for making hand made postcards for sending in postal competition entries!
I brayered glossy card with a Kaleidacolour pad in Birthstone, then stamped the image in black and embossed with clear powder. I added highlights to the wings with holographic glitter glue.
The finished image is matted on silver metallic card with a die cut swirl from the same card, and mounted onto a lilac pearlescent card and finished with gems.
I am entering this into the Emergency Crafters Things With Wings challenge
And because the stamp is postively ancient (goodness, it's almost a fifth as old as I am!) I'm also entering it into the Oldie But A Goodie Anything Goes challenge
I hope I've done everything right - please can somebody tell me if I haven't!