Last week I shared with you Part I of this post, well here I am, ready to share the remainder of the cards which Take Ten published, all featuring beautiful stamps from Oxford Impressions’ Field Notes stamp set.
This shell stamp is lovely and considering it is a photo real stamp which are not always successful when stamped onto textured paper, all the detail of the shell has been retained.A scrap of bark which has no relation to the shell. I simply liked the texture.A piece of torn, stamped script layered with mica, stained seam binding, topped with a jute bow.Another photo real stamp.Stamped three times. Once onto the base and twice, fussy cut and layered, off-setting the angle slightly, then simply adorned with a pressed flower.I paired the two leaf stamps for this card.As with the previous card, I stamped the Gingko leaf twice, allowing me to layer onto the main image, creating dimension.The final card has a pear for the focal which I paired (should that be peared ….. Groan!) with a text stamp from another Oxford Impressions set, Le Jardin (also available from That’s Crafty).A scrap of mica highlights the stamped word, Poire.
So there we have it, the final cards in this collection and have now shared with you all the cards published in the Spring issue of Take Ten.
It always makes me so happy when I have any submissions published and I greatly appreciate Stampington’s support BUT I also appreciate and never take for granted how lucky I am to share publication news with you and artwork which makes it to print.
27 Jul 2015 19 Comments