Although I didn't use a silhouette stamp, I opted to use a flower die cut as a silhouette. I already had a gelli print in my stash which I had made at least a year ago. It had some stencilling on it in parts and lots of white space but some lovely orange, green and yellow splashes of colour. I sponged it with my TH inks...something I like to do if I need a colourful BG for a card. It's easy and with a die cut on top can create a quick card.
The paper used for the die cut is thick and looks like leather....not sure how long it's been in my stash but I am glad to be finally using it...another bonus!
Added the button and twine and done.
TFL. Happy day
Date: Thursday, November 5, 2020 GMT Views: 186
Splitcoast Dirty Dozen Alumni SCS Gallery Moderator Splitcoast Challenge Hostess Teapot Tuesday TEAm
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Thu, Nov 05, 2020 @ 10:11 AM
Ooh, gorgeous die-cut, very classy. And the print sounds as if would have been lovely before, but the rich colours make this glow. You've reminded me that I have a stained glass window die I need to christen. I like the button centre and the coordinating twine. I just wish buttons didn't add bulk for mailing .