Sunday, 23 July 2017

Krafty cottage

Here is a card made with the Hobby art Old Barn stamp set. I was trying to get a sepia effect with zig clean color markers, but I might have been better using distress markers for a more vintage look. All images were stamped in versafine vintage sepia. I also used the wheat stamp from the 'In the Cornfield' set on the base card, colouring it with coloured pencils.
If you haven't tried Hobby Art stamps, then I can highly recommend them! They are exceptionally good quality, excellent designs and lots of them work so well together, especially the scene-it stamps. My collection is growing and I have had to extend it to a fourth folder recently! I can also tell you they have amazingly good customer service too. It really is like shopping with a very good friend! They have a super talented design team too, and there is lots of inspiration in the gallery on their website.
I will leave you with a photo of me with Jenny, taken at Doncaster in June. She is a really lovely lady.
Three days left until we break up for the summer. Soooooo tired! Thanks for looking!


Helen said...

I have loads of Hobby Art stamps, their original wooden ones - they were the first stamps I bought when I got into stamping- they had a shop here in Sutton. Jenny (and her brother Chris, who used to make the stamps) are both lovely. Your card is gorgeous.

Karen Knott said...

Lovely card, I really like the effect of the stamping on the outside of the image too :)

Sue's Crafty Corner said...

I have to agree with you Sally, Hobby Art stamps are excellent quality and the images are great for building scenes. I love this gorgeous card.

Sue xx

Daffodil Cards said...

LOVE the card, such beautiful depth.

Joan said...

Lovely card Sally, have that set and several more and I just bought two more sets this afternoon at a Embsay Crafts! They are such good quality stamps, love them.


cuilliesocks said...

Wonderful card Sally, I love the image on to the kraft card. Love the sepia shades and it's such a lovely image.
I too love Hobby Art stamps and have a few and do want more, so much can be created with them, hang on in there till the holidays, Kate x

Barb said...

A beautiful card Sally. I love the way you've coloured the scene and the wheat frames it beautifully. I agree that Hobby Art stamps are really good and Jenny is a lovely lady. Enjoy your summer holiday. Barbxx