Here is my card inspired by this blog post at Wee Folk Studio: http://weefolkstudio.com/2014/01/22/...iews-giveaway/
I really enjoyed seeing how she uses natural elements in her delightful and unique vignettes. My card is not a dimensional design, but I did use an interesting natural product to create it.
Have you guessed from the title of my card what I used to stamp the flower? Yup....milk stamping.
I first saw this on our own Lydia's (aka UnderstandBlue) blog. It was so fun.
I first made a stamp pad using paper towels on a plate and added milk. After pressing my stamp into the milk, I stamped off to remove excess milk then stamped onto my paper. I dried the milk with my heat gun then ran my iron over it to reveal the impression. I added the piece onto a bkg. that was stenciled using drywall tape.
Thanks for looking,
my blog: http://snippets-karen.blogspot.ca/
Date: Friday, February 21, 2014 GMT Views: 2773
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Sat, Feb 22, 2014 @ 5:18 AM
This is sooooo gorgeous!!!
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