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Friday, 8 August 2014

messing about!

A friend gave me this stamp of the lady with a fan ages ago as she didn't know what to do with it, neither did I!  Anyhow while looking for something else I came across it and thought she would fit Lunagirls challenge Victorian flowers and fans. Stamped the image on a piece of DP and then randomly stamped with an old set of Elusive Images (now Chocolate Baroque I think) Stamped some extra flowers and hearts and cut them out, added a few white highlights to the flowers and a bit of lace.  I Decided the lady needed some makeup but the eyeshadow looks a bit lurid on here, anyhow just a a bit of playing which I enjoyed. Oh I nearly forgot to mention its also ties in with the language of flowers bit as of course Roses = Love !

That's Crafty Challenge - Stamping Ground
The Artistic Stamper - anything goes


  1. Very pretty! I love the vintage feel, and I love that you tied it in to the Language of Flowers. Thanks for joining in my Victorian Flowers & Fans blog challenge!

  2. This is really stunning Joan and the layered stamping is just amazing.
    Fliss xx

  3. Lovely piece, love the look of that sweet face!
    Thanks so much for adding it to our challenge at the Artistic Stamper!

  4. She has beautiful eyes, love how you coloured the image. Its a fantastic card.

  5. Really a beauty and how you combined all elements is gorgoeus!

  6. It's a fabulous card Joan, love how you've used the face, she looks so pretty. Great stamped background too.
    Avril xx

  7. so subtle and beautiful -- i could stare at this for a long time. this card is absolutely fabulous. thanks for playing with us at lunagirl moonbeams. xo

  8. Well you certainly made something really beautiful with it Joan.

    Warm crafty hugs from Shirl x x x


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