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Thursday, 5 June 2014

Wooden horses.

Good evening all, Thursday already ..oh it is nearly the weekend....

Today I thought I would share a card made with one of the new wooden horse stamps....I do love these stamps...

This card started off with me just stamping, moving the card and stamping again.

I used a piece of card from the 6x6 Gelli card pack....I do use this for most of my projects.

I also used Vintage Sepia VersaFine ink.

 

What a magnificent image...

I just kept on stamping...

I really enjoy to build up patterns this way..

Next I started to add some colour with my Spectrum Noir pencils...

It is so therapeutic to just sit and colour. Reminds me off when I was little me and my sister used to sit and colour for hours...

Do remember to leave some white area, it is just as important as the area that you colour.

Once the horses were done, I then started on the background.

I just built up the colour slowly, these pencils give such a lovely waxy coverage ...

Some matting and layering and my card was finished. I love the horses so much I did not want to add anything else and distract from their beauty.

Both the stamp and the pencils can be found on the Clarity website ..... http://www.claritystamp.co.uk.

That's all from me for tonight , thank you for looking in and as always I really appreciate your comments...

Take care and see you soon.

Jo. X

 

 

 

 

6 comments:

  1. This is fabulous and love the horses.
    Hugs
    Linda xxx

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  2. stunning work Jo - I love this to pieces - this stamp is just stunning - along with the other horse - beauties both of them and your card is beautiful xx

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  3. Such a lot of work! Love your colouring x

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  4. I can't believe how many you got on there, looks great Jo xxx

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  5. I love the wooden horse too, it is a lovely stamp.
    You have done an amazing job with this card xx
    Denise xx

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  6. Hi Jo, nice to have met you at Doncaster.
    Lovely piece using this stamp.
    Happy crafting, Angela x

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