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Nesting Heart Distress Oxide

 

Helloo from Lynn

 This is such a clean card and I really love it. I hope you do too.

 Using the largest Nesting Heart in the set Nesting Hearts and Flowers. I stamped onto white card with versafine ink. Using a mask I created, I only had exposed the area inside the heart, I used Distress Oxide and blended them together. I used the Cheer sentiment from the Solid Rectangles set.

 Using the same colours I blended around the edge of a mat and mounted the heart image onto 3D foam.

 

  

 

 

Helloo from Lynn x

 

For todays blog, I have used the Nesting Hearts and Flowers stamp set.

 I used the largest heart and applied a watercolour wash inside the heart. Once the inside of the heart was wet I added Brusho which is a pigment powder. Imagine Design Create stock a different pigment powder which I am sure would achieve a similar result, give it a try and post your results.

 I adhered the card onto a black cardstock matt and added to a tent fold card base.

 Imagine Design Create also stock a variety of gems, charms and sequins so be sure and check those out.

 I finished the card with permanent pen line to create a frame and stamped with a sentiment in the Solid Hearts set.

 

 

 

Helloo from Lynn x

 I have used the Solid Hearts stamp set today for my example.  The sentiment Love also comes with the set.

 Using Distress Oxide I repeat stamped the sentiment 'Love' in different colours and in different directions to form a background. Using a permanent fine liner pen I drew the tramlines to frame the card and I mat and layered onto a piece of pink cardstock.

 The large stamped heart comes from the set Nesting Hearts and Flowers.

 Onto another piece of white cardstock I stamped the heart image using versafine.  Using a mask I made to only reveal inside the stamped image, I used Distriess Oxide inks to blend the colours. I cut out the heart image and adhered using 3D foam. I used the same coloured gems to decorate.

 

 

I hope you enjoyed my example on today's blog, join me next time. Lynn x

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