Thursday, 10 August 2017

Sisterly Love

Hi everyone....sharing a recent birthday card where I used transfer paper enabling me to duplicate a rubber stamp image.  The background stamps were by Lin Brown for Paperartsy. (  stamp set ELB30) I had the pleasure of meeting Lin at Alexandra Palace earlier this year., which was lovely and she was delighted to show various ways to use infusions and her stamp sets. 
The butterflies were from a Tim Holtz punch and were the perfect size for this 8 by 8 card. I added lace trim, pearls and diamante for a sparkle. The ladies are from the Character Constructions  Mad Tea Party stamp set  and they  also have a lace shawl with a little diamant√© 

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7 comments:

  1. Wonderful piece, love how you duplicated the stamp, great technique. Hugs, Valerie

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  2. Its a wonderful card and a super design, the stamps you used looked fantastic.
    Yvonne xx

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  3. Oh what a fabulous card!! So clever what you did with the transfer paper! Next time we are together you'll have to teaach me how to do that :o) xxx

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  4. Hello Annie,
    such a beautiful card, -I love your muted colors, and wonderful stamps you used. So amazing a card.
    I wonder how you did the stamp transfer, it is a great idea.

    Dorthe xo

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  5. Such a beautiful card Annie, I love how you used the transfer to create your sisters! Hope you have a lovely weekend. Hugs, Anne xx

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  6. This is so charming, Annie. I love how you've used the reverse image to create your sisters - a lovely idea, beautifully done - and I really like all the butterflies fluttering around bringing movement and dimension. Delightful card!
    Alison x

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  7. Beautiful card and perfectly designed, love it.
    Julie x

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