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Hello all, Friday again which means a Creative Expressions post.
I’m afraid I havn’t got any step by step photos for you this week, mainly because I just sat down to play and became totally engrossed…..and completely forgot OOPS!! 🙂 xxx
This stamp set by John Lockwood (pictured above) is my new favourite, and this week I used the circle stamp as the basis for my circle easel card. I stamped the design onto a piece of Phill Martins Sentimentally Yours Graceful Butterflies & DragonFlies 8×8″ paper, and heat embossed the image with a pearlised embossing powder.
To make the flowers of the delicate Snowdrop stand out and ‘pop’ from the page , I stamped and cut out the petals from a piece of white stamping card. Before decoupaging over the embossed image, I gently shaped and curled the petals on the side of a smooth pencil. I used silicon glue gel to add dimension to the flower head, and embellished each of the three flowers with a green flat backed gem.
I have purposefully not embellished the card because the stamp is so beautiful by itself.
Please click the link below to see what the other members of the Creative Expressions Design Team have been creating!
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