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Sunday, 4 June 2017

Favourite Stamp


This month at Stamping Sensations the challenge is to use your favourite stamp.
For my card I used quite muted colours for the background,oxide distress inks twisted citron and worn lipstick and a bit of text stamping. I love this poppy stamp from Carabelle Studio, whats not to love about a poppy stamp LOL. I had a bit of a problem painting the poppy head over the oxide inks,everything I used seemed to just disappear into the background, eventually used my very old charisma pencils.  Do hope you will join us in our challenge this month, we are a stamping challenge so your entry must have stamping as the focal point.



 

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12 comments:

  1. Your poppy looks perfect on your card. I love the colours and I'm a poppy lover too. So far I have managed not to succumb to the new oxide inks but my resolve is fast fading when I see the lovely results on other peoples cards. Hugs Mrs A.

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  2. It's a beautifully muted background Joan and makes the perfect backdrop for the lovely Poppy.

    Enjoy the rest of the weekend.

    B x

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  3. A beautiful card Joan. I can't resist a good Poppy and the Oxide background looks fabulous. They're definitely on my wish list but I may have to wait until Christmas now! It's a lovely card. Sandra x

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  4. This is very beautiful with a wonderful background

    Love Chrissie x

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  5. Beautiful card Joan fab background and colour's, a lovely stamp too.

    Hugs Babs

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  6. It's a lovely background for the stamp you used, super soft colours and the Poppy looks beautiful.
    Yvonne xx

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  7. Absolutely gorgeous, Joan! I love it - you certainly can't beat a good poppy. Your oxide background sets it off perfectly. 6 more colours fell into my basket today at stamp Magic including the worn lipstick. They are such fun to play with aren't they?

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  8. A gorgeous card Joan. You've made a beautiful background for the lovely poppy. hugs, Marlies

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  9. Love the soft pastel colours you have used Joan and your stamp is a real beauty!

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  10. A really pretty subtle background Joan, gorgeous creation.
    Happy crafting
    Tracy x

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  11. I really like this Joan - love the colours (and of course the stamp!)

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