Monday, 24 September 2018

Indian Textiles

Hello, just a quick post to show a couple of cards made with Chocolate Baroques Indian inspired stamp sets.


My first card is a very quick card. I inked up the larger decorative stamp from Indian Textiles with Crimson Versafine ink and stamped 5 designs on the DL card in landscape style. I then filled in the gaps with the smaller design from the same set. The sentiment is from Paisley Elephant, which I stamped onto spare card, cut out and then mounted onto the finished card.

My second card has been stamped with Indian Elephant and Indian Textile and despite it looking quite layered this is all one piece of card. I used sticky notes to mask areas off to create the layered look and coloured with pencils and Distress inks.

Thanks for stopping by

Julie xx

Sunday, 9 September 2018

Nature's Paisley

Hello, thanks for popping in. The cards I have on the blog today have been designed using the Scan n Cut. The grid design is a set template in the machine so even easier...

The first card was stamped with Nature's Paisley from Chocolate Baroque. I stamped the leafy design onto the yellow and orange card-stock squares and then arranged them in a grid design. The decorative leaf was stamped and embossed, twice in black and once in gold, before cutting out and arranging onto the card with garden string and a button from my stash.

The second card is stamped with Paisley Elephant from Chocolate Baroque. The yellow template was cut on the scan n cut and placed over the stamped paisley background. The elephant was stamped and then coloured with pencils before being cut out and attached to the front with 3d glue gel.

Thanks for stopping by

Julie xx