Wednesday, 15 November 2017

In the bulrushes

One issue I've had with silhouette stamps over the years is that if you don't get a clear impression the first time, you can never sort it out, except perhaps with a black pen and a lot of care. The invention of stamping platforms has changed all that and at last I can get a crisp, clear and fully black image of this lovely Katzelkraft stamp of a heron/stork/crane  taking flight from in a clump of bulrushes.


I stamped it onto glossy card on which I had created a background by sponging on individual colours from a Kaleidacolor Caribbean Sea pad, then cut it out with a stitched oval die and layered it with black and turquoise, finishing the corners with black gems.

I am sharing this with

A bit more time to craft - anything goes
Just us girls - silhouette stamping
 

5 comments:

  1. Beautiful Jane! A very striking card. Barbxx

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  2. A beautiful card Jane, a fabulous background and lovely stamp - stamping platforms certainly have taken the risk out of stamping haven't they.
    Pauline - Crafting with Cotnob
    x

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  3. Fab card, like you I love the stamping platforms for silhouette stamps especially x

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  4. I love that image and your background is very pretty too. Thanks for playing with Just Us Girls!

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