A very quick post to share a trio of cards which although submitted to Take Ten (criteria – create cards within ten minutes or less), make an appearance in the Jan/Feb/March issue of The Stampers’ Sampler, in the Different Point of View category.
I adore this little pixie girl but I am holding my hands aloft to declare, these cards were embarrassingly simple to make!!!
(All sentiments and the wonderful Pixie Girl are from Redlead Paperworks.)For each card I simply stamped the Pixie Girl onto the cardbase, stamping her again onto coloured cardstock and mulberry paper – her wings are mulberry paper, with only the base of the wing adhered to her body, allowing them to flap in a passing breeze. On each card (I seem to have a bundle of scallop cardbases, not sure why as they are not something I tend to use) I “stamped” the painted circles, dipping a round foam brush into paint and “stamping” the circles. I likethe way it brings a hint of texture to the background.Anyway,they may be simple but I am still grateful to The Stampers’ Sampler for publishing them and to Chris and Sharon who are Redlead, for gifting me their fabulous products.
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11 Apr 2016 16 Comments