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Saturday, 21 September 2019
Pop Art Card using "Abstract Beauty" stamp set from #FunkyFossil
This is one of my first Design Team makes for Funky Fossil Designs:https://www.funkyfossil.co.uk/
To celebrate being part of the Funky Fossil new Design Team, Sarah has generously provided a discount code that I can offer to you. A 15% off coupon code to be used from now, till midnight on Monday 23rd September 2019. Quote the code "FFSAM15" to claim the reduction.
I've been playing with a new stamp set from Funky Fossil Designs called "Abstract Beauty" and a stencil also by them called "Random Rectangles" to create this pop art style card.
I started by stamping the face (Funky Fossil Designs, Abstract Beauty stamp set) image in Versafine Clair "Nocturne" black ink on white card. I coloured the eye and the lips in a glittery Sakura Gelly Roll Pen, unfortunately this doesn't show up very well on a flat photograph.
I cut the image down to a 3"x3" size and then coloured the background using Arteza Brush pens. I then mounted this image on black card to give a dark frame.
For the main background, I used a Distress Oxide Ink through a Funky Fossil Designs stencil called "Random Rectangles" using a red colour called "Candied Apple". I again framed in black card, then mounted it onto the white card blank
Posted by Sam Squires - A Crafting Niche at 09:00
Labels: Arteza Brush Pens, Design Team Project, Funky Fossil Abstract Beauty, Funky Fossil Random Rectangles, FunkyFossil, Pop Art Style, Sakura Gelly Roll, Stencil, Tim Holtz Distress Oxides, Versafine Clair Ink
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wonderful stamp and colours, the abstract stamp really appeals to meReplyDelete
Thank you. I find it refreshing to do something totally different once in a while xDelete
Wonderful card, Samantha and congrats on being a member of the Funky Fossil design team.ReplyDelete
Thank you so much xxxDelete
Love the stencil and PoP Art...so this one I think is stunning!ReplyDelete
Thank you. I have an idea to do something similar but different with this stamp set xDelete