Sunday, 1 November 2009

2 Turtle Doves

This is my second page for UK Stampers 12 Days of Christmas Challenge and I've used some new stamps that arrived yesterday from Crafty Individuals who used a courier service because of the current postal strike. Really fantastic service as they arrived in 3 days so thanks so much to Malcolm for that.



The 4x4 square of card was inked with various shades of Adirondack inks and then I stamped CI-237 on the right hand side with VersaFine Crimson Red ink and part of CI-258 in the remaining spaces with VersaFine Toffee ink.  I then added a little more of the Adirondack inks to make each stamped panel contrast.
I stamped the bird and branch images from CI-248 on cream card with VersaFine Imperial Purple ink and coloured them first with a mix of Adirondack and Distress inks and then added detail with pencil crayons.  I cut them out and inked around the edges with VersaColor Boysenberry ink as this gives a shadow effect and really makes the images stand out.
I stuck them on with foam tape and finished with a number and computer generated text which were both inked.

9 comments:

  1. Loving the colours. Loving the paper-piecing. Just loving it all, basically!

    Hugs,
    Chris xx

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  2. Wow thats stunning colours are lovely and love em birds

    Liz x

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  3. How gorgeous is this, Fliss?!!! Beautiful page for the challenge! I can't wait to see the whole thing!

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  4. Just love the colours you've used

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  5. wow love this hun totally stunning piece of work love those birds hugs cherylxxxx

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  6. ohhhhhh, how STUNNING is this ??? love it!
    isa

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  7. Happy Birthday Fliss!

    Liz x

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  8. Oooh - gorgeous, gorgeous colours Fliss. Love it!! You've certainly brightened up my rainy day!
    Love, Sylvia xxxx

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  9. I love this Fliss, those birds are lovely!

    Rose xx

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Fliss xx