Cards for the workshop on Monday 23rd January.
This stamp was a free one from a magazine, I stamped it first and painted with masking fluid then sponged Distress ink all over then sponged through a stencil using white pigment ink although it looks blue.
I received the Swirly Vine die from creative Expressions for Christmas and have used it on these 4 cards. On this one I have placed the tan embossing mat against the die so that it embossed instead of cutting, then gently rubbed over using the Inca Gold metallic paint. The stamps are from Stampin up.
Swirly die again cut in white and the Woodware Anemone layered on top with glitter glue added.
This is the smallest die of the Swirly Vine set, it is layered on to a Brusho background, the stamps are a set from Honeydoo Crafts
I have embossed this one again with the Swirly Vine and rubbed it wth the metallic paints again.