Monday, 16 August 2010

The Stampman Challenge - Easel card

I've been playing with a few newish things that I bought in July and have only just got round to using.
Firstly there is a rather lovely Dreamweaver stencil. I felt a bit naughty buying it, as I rarely use metal stencils these days, but the design was so gorgeous! The spellbinders leaves were also bought at about the same time. Finally, after visiting my friend Lynne and seeing her Artylicious Essence of Nature CD I just had to have that too!
I began by securing the stencil onto some black card and pressing my versamark pad all over it. I then brushed some blonde moments pearl pigments (Art from the heart) onto it and sprayed with water to fix the pigments. I layered it on to paper from the CD and cut out and embossed the three leaves. I applied pigments in the same way. Finally I made it into an easel card, adding a stamped greeting (Papermania?). It really gleams when it catches the light.
I'm entering this into the Stampman Challenge where the theme is Easel cards. There are some fabulous DT cards offering wonderful inspiration. Thanks for looking!

P.S. If you like Digis and haven't heard my mate Teri has freebies up for grabs every day this week. Click on the link on my side bar to have a look.

12 comments:

  1. This is Delightful sally.
    Hugs
    Francesca

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  2. WOW - this is fabulous hun - I'm loving it!
    Thanks for the advert too!!
    Hugs,
    Teri xx

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  3. Stunning card, that is one of my favorite stencils and your colouring is fabulous. xx Zoe

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  4. An amazing card Sally, your work just gets better and better! A brilliant idea for using the stencil too - might have to try that one. Thanks for joining in The Stampman's Challenge. Lovely to see you here
    x Michelle

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  5. This is a gorgeous card Sally I love how you have used the pigment powders! thanks for joining in at The Stampman challenge x Janet

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  6. This has to be a new favourite of mine Sal, I love the silhouette and those stunning backgroung colours.
    Milena xxx

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  7. Oh I really like this one..

    Love the trees. They're stunning.

    Thank you for playing along at the Stamp Man Challenge. Hope to see you again soon xx

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  8. Your stencil card is so lovely. Such a good balance of colour and design and so well made.
    Best Wishes
    JoZarty
    Must make mine soon!

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  9. Hi Sally Congrats you made the top 5 of The Stamp mans challenge - check out the blog for details x Janet

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