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Tuesday, 14 September 2021

Art From The Heart

Good morning everyone, 
I hope today finds you well. 
Welcome to another new follower, I am so chuffed to have you join us. 

I am popping in with another Lavinia sample for you , 
I do hope that you like it. 



I really enjoyed creating this one, and it is just a bit different from all the others. 
You know I am constantly trying to come up with variations on designs. 



I started by using one of the circle masks, the outer one this time. 
I added some gentle inking 
This is what I created. 



Next I added some stamping, using copier paper to mask off areas. 



This is what I created. 
Next I added some light and shade using my chalk pastel pencils,  I really think this brings out 
all the beautiful detail of the stamps. 



Next some snow and shadows. 



I love trying to create a 3D look
When it is just a flat piece of card 



Here is a closer look 



Such a majestic beast. 

Thanks as always for joining me today 

Much love and hugs 
Jo xxx

9 comments:

  1. Smashing way to use the mask for the outer edge too, Jo. I’ll be having a go at that nifty design later as crafting weather has returned to Melton Mowbray today with rain all day.... 🥳 Hugs, Sue. x

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  2. Ooooo thus is so gorgeous love the slightly different design too, loving the use of the mSk too xx

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  3. Will definitely try this. You have given me some lovely ideas for Xmas cards this year. Thank-you. X

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  4. Beautiful card, and it looks beautifully 3D too . Love the colour ❤️❤️

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  5. Fabulous background Jo ...lovely card xx

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  6. Love it- it's beautiful and a different design which I will definitely be trying
    Hugs, Jenny C xxx

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  7. This is beautiful and so clever too, it looks so layered, I will definitely be trying this out xx

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  8. Wooo thanks Jo, will have to have a go at this 😀 x

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  9. Beautiful Just lately I keep trying to make cards that are flat enough to post and so will enjoy trying this technique

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