Tuesday, 4 September 2012

Anything goes ... Stamping experiment

This week there is an anything goes challenge at Tuesday Alchemy. I've decided to share this stamping experiment I tried last week.

I used the rich razzleberry ink to stamp the flowers which I masked off in a line with the idea of having a blank bit and then stamping some more but it didn't quite go right so instead I used the ink and a brayer to fill in the bottom part, added a punched border and then stamped on a separate piece of card and fussy cut it out to stick on the top. I then added the sentiment and the blue rhinestones to tone in the two colours. I then edged the card before affixing it to the card blank. So what was in the interim a bit of a disaster turned out to be quite a cool card in the end!

Posted using BlogPress from my iPad which means I probably haven't proof read the above and there is likely to be rubbish included that I probably should have thought about more! So please accept this post as it is and sorry that I didn't take more care!


  1. A lovely card indeed but I'm intrigued with what went wrong with the masking. Any lessons learnt which you're willing to share? :-)

  2. oh such a beautiful creation!
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  3. I think this turned out great!

    Thank you for sharing with us at Tuesday Alchemy
    *hugs* Shell x

  4. Great job! Cute stamp!!

    Thanks so much for joining us this week on
    Tuesday Alchemy.
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  5. Sweet birthday card! Thanks for sharing it with us at Tuesday Alchemy!

  6. Great creation! It was wonderful to have you join us at Tuesday Alchemy last week - And I hope to see you again :)

    I welcome you to join me for the Anything Goes challenge here:

    Lots of joy,