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Monday, 15 September 2014
Stretch Your Stamps 2 - Day 2 - Backgrounds - Line-art (5)
Topic: Online Class

The next technique covered in class really did need a graphic line-art stamp. The closes thing I had was a very small (1 1/2 inch) grid with interlocking edges. I stamped it over and over to fill the whole cardstock using brown ink. I colored in the squares with metallic colored pencils and used a lavender one in the spaces between the blocks.

For the first card I used a square punch to make blocks which I bordered in brown. These were placed on a shimmer green background in a non-traditional arrangement. I placed a gold Dazzles dove on each block and colored them with a pastel alcohol marker. A gold Dazzles sentiment finishes it.

I used the remainder of the colored panel as a strip bordered in brown. A thin green strip of cardstock, stamped with a sentiment, fills the center of the patterned strip. This is placed on a shimmer bronze panel and three punched butterflies have brown colored bodies.

I used a lavender card base to pick up the lines in the grid strip.

Ddd


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