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Sunday, 22 September 2019
Ring of Roses using Abstract Beauty stamp set by #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.
As the Funky Fossil Designs "Abstract Beauty" stamp set was on my desk, I decided to create a totally different card using the roses.
I stamped the roses several times on to white card using Versafine Clair "Morning Mist" a shade of grey ink. I coloured the roses and the leaves using a selection of Distress Oxide Inks applied with a paint brush. I used Spun Sugar, Worn Lipstick and Picked Raspberry for the flowers. Twisted Citron and Shabby Shutters were used for the leaves.
Using a blender and a Distress Oxide Ink called "Peacock Feathers" I coloured a white piece of card to create the background.
In the middle of the background, I used the central section of the "Leafy Mandala" stencil with white ink to create a little subtle pattern.
I cut out the roses and leaves and then adhered them on to the background in a circle shape.
Using an off-cut of the coloured background I stamped the sentiment (Hobby Arts Ltd - Greetings For Friends CS158D) using a black Versafine Clair Ink called "Nocturne" and then added it over the cetral area of the ring of roses.
Posted by Sam Squires - A Crafting Niche at 05:30
Labels: Design Team Project, Funky Fossil, Funky Fossil Abstract Beauty, Funky Fossil leafy mandala, FunkyFossil, Hobby Art Greetings For Friends, Tim Holtz Distress Oxides, Versafine Clair Ink
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A beautiful floral wreath in gorgeous delicate tonesReplyDelete
Thank you Meg xDelete
It took me a moment to work out where the floral images were from, Sam! This is brilliant....I think that I will have to 'borrow' this idea xReplyDelete
Ah, so glad you like it. I'm glad to have inspired you. That's what the DT is all about. xxxDelete
Thank you xDelete
Simply beautiful and elegant!ReplyDelete
Thank you xDelete