Saturday, 17 May 2014

New to me PSX Azalea

I love the PSX botanical stamps and often treat myself to another found on ebay.   Yesterday I paid for the latest one which was delivered this morning!  The sellers name ins Pope if anyone is interested.


Well it had to be tested didn't it?   First stamped it in grey memento and coloured the linage with ProMarkers.   Die cute a heart shaped doily in white vellum and the off white of the card looked wrong against it.   So stamped it again in Green Stayzon onto more of the white vellum.   Both images fussy cut and layered the vellum over the card the light colouring on the card shows through the vellum as very subtle tones just right for the flowers.   I've used this technique before, with another of these stamps it adds extra delicacy to the project.

Sharing this with
Less is More - Flowers
Fussy & Fancy Friday - Picture Inspiration, it was the flower itself.
Creative Knockouts - Lots of Layers (3 layers here + base card)

TTFN

10 comments:

  1. This looks super Zoe; taking all that trouble really paid off!
    Thanks so much
    Chrissie
    "Less is More"

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  2. Love those stamps too Zoe :) and such a lovely card
    Von ♥

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  3. Looks amazing Zoe and stamped so beautifully by you.

    Love Chrissie x

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  4. Wow this looks amazing, striking and elegant.
    Thanks for sharing at Less is More.
    Sarah
    LIM

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  5. Stunning!! All that fussy cutting really is beautiful <3

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  6. Wow Zoe this is stunning, love that vellum overlay!
    Thank you for your LIM entry
    Anne
    Less is More Designer

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  7. Super card, very pretty.
    Lynne xxx

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  8. This is gorgeous. Thanks for sharing at Fussy & Fancy and good luck with the Challenge. Judy DT x

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  9. STUNNING card...well deserved Top 5 pick here at our Fussy and Fancy "Inspirational Photo" challenge!!

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