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In & Out of Studio 3D
Thursday, 25 September 2014
Stretch Your Stamps 2 - Day 5 - Outlines (d)
Topic: Online Class

Well, I like this technique much more than the two previous from day 5.

I stamped the hydrangea on woodgrain paper with a very light ink. Then I used colored pencils on the leaves. I used violet ink to stamp the flower three times on text printed cardstock. One layer was cut out in its entirety and glued to the card at the leaf end and raised on rolled up glue dots at the top edge. The next layer had the back flowers cut away and then the blooms were placed on a foam pad and a ball stylus was used to shape them. This was layered on with rolled glue dots. The final layer is just three blooms treated like layer two.

Each of the little blooms got a lavender pearl in the center.

The card was finished with layers, pen borders and a bordered scripture raised up on foam tape.

Ddd


Posted by studio3d@ccgmail.net at 12:01 AM PDT

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