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Wednesday, 13 May 2020
Visible Image "Disguise of a smile" card for National Nurses Day
Yesterday, the 12th May, was National Nurses Day. I made this card with the Nurses in mind. They always do such an incredible job, but it must be heartbreaking for them at the moment, having the strain of what is happening at work and some not being able to be with their nearest and dearest, so I just wanted to acknowledge the day in a card.
I used a gelli plate background I had prepared a while back. When I made the background, I remember deciding to add red splatters to it using Brusho, just to see how it took. As you can see, it worked well.
I used a selection of Visible Image stamps for this card, starting with the sentiment called "Disguise of a smile" and then the butterfly from "Live Life Now", both stamped in Versafine Clair "Medieval Blue" ink.
I then used Versafine Clair "Morning Mist" grey ink to stamp the small flower in the background which is part of the Visible Image stamp set called "Creative Chaos".
I added a few splatters of white using a Posca Pen to lighten the background a little too.
Posted by Sam Squires - A Crafting Niche at 07:47
Labels: Gelli Plate, National Nurses Day, Posca Pen, Versafine Clair Ink, Visible Image, Visible Image Creative Chaos, Visible image Disguise Of A Smile, Visible Image Live Life Now
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A beautiful background stamp and a wonderful sentiment SamReplyDelete
Thank you xDelete