Saturday, 12 April 2014

Eiglassing 'stamp a bloom' Dog Rose

Today's project is another one using the fabulous Eiglassing's  Digis, in this case the Stamp a Bloom Dog rose

It is also my first attempt at working with vellum, as the flower is completely made of hand coloured vellum!


I coloured the parts using promarkers (be warned, you get messy!)
and veined them , and shaped with a small ball tool . apart from the top layer they are all held together with a small brad. I glued the top layers on and then flocked the centre... but coloured it to my liking!

the papers used are a DSP from my stash and part of a sheet of the oyster bloom papermania 12x12 papers. I followed the card sketch on this challenge http://inkspirationalchallenges.blogspot.co.uk/2014/04/challenge-54-designers-choice-and.html
as I fancied doing something different for a change :D 

the happy birthday stamp I used is from hampton art stamps, and the sentiment is matted onto the reverse of the floral DSP I used as the backing.


I think that is everything, and I hope you like it!


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9 comments :

  1. Great card, the flower is simply stunning
    Elaine

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  2. Thank you elaine :-D her work is stunning and she takes commissions too.... I'm trying to slowly work my way through all the stamps i have had from her recently!

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  3. Beautiful card, love your flower!
    Thank you for your entry at Scrapping4funChallenges!
    Rachelle DT
    http://scrapping4funchallenges.blogspot.com

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  4. Wow... the flower turned out great! What an interesting technique to color vellum. It makes me want to try. =) Great take on the sketch. Thanks for playing with us at Inkspirational and good luck in the DT call!
    - Shauna

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  5. thank you Shauna , it was definitely a challenge ;) I'd never used vellum before so I kinda made it up as I went along..after all isn't that what half of crafting is all about? :D I'm keeping everything crossed, thanks for the good luck!

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  6. Great use of vellum, very clever idea! Thanks for joining us at Inkspirational!

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  7. I don't find vellum easy to work with so you've done a great jhob and made a beautiful flower. I t looks great with our sketch. Thank you for joining us at Inkspirational Challenges. Come back next time! Marina

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  8. Brilliant job with the vellum!
    Thank you for joining us at Digitally Sweet!

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