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Monday, 1 April 2013

An Indian Sunrise

Hi Folks, I have a card to show you today using the new Indian stamps from Chocolate Baroque

I stamped and embossed the building using white embossing powder, and then created the background using a mixture of Distress and Memento inks. I used Post it notes to create a mask first for one half of the background, and then the other. I used a tree stamp from the 'Landscape Edges' clear stamp set along the horizon, and then a flower stamp from the 'Floral Edges' clear stamp set in the foreground.

The elephants were coloured with water based markers and I then decoupaged them.






These new stamps are so much fun to work with, and are currently on special offer. I will be showing you several samples during the month, but you can also find some beautiful creations over at the Design Team Blog from my Team mates as well.

Thanks for stopping by, xx



6 comments:

Paula (PEP) said...

I love the glow effect you created behind the buildings but stamped those trees for the background in green. The addition of the birds brings lovely movement & & your flower stamping just adds a lovely touch adding to the whole exotic scene - love the aqua of that elephant's saddle & blanket (there must be a technical term for it).
Paula (PEP)

Paula Whittaker said...

wow loving this card....beautifully stamped.

Elaine said...

As both Paulas have said great stamping. Such skillful combination of the stamps and the lovely glow behind the buildings. Really lovely use of these lovely stamps. Elaine x

Anonymous said...

Really love this card Judith with the lovely glow in the back ground. Great stamping as the others have said and colouring.
Suexxx

Zoe said...

Beautiful Card. The Glow effect is really pretty and the images have been stamped well. The scene is very nice and the colouring is wonderful.

Zoe
xxxx

Carla said...

So lovely! The shading is so pretty! Thanks for joining us at Corrosive Challenges this week!

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