Tuesday, 7 February 2012

It's all Black and White

Brrrr!  We had a frosty start over here this morning, so I decided to snuggle in my craft room and carry on where I left off yesterday.
Same Clarity stamp but this time I went for the old black and white look, only I always like to add a dash of colour.  This is an old favourite style of mine and finds it's way into most of the stuff I do.  Hope you like it.


Here's a couple more examples of my black and white designs, the first one being Christmas cards I did last year.  Nice and simple stamped onto acetate, glitter added to the back and then mat onto white card to make it pop that bit more, a little dash of red for the festive season - classic!  Sorry for the quality of the pictures, I'm no photographer.  I'll have to try and get it so that the glitter and the finer details are easier to see.  Maybe a new camera is needed - hmm?

Penny Black rubber stamps

This was a card I sent off to one of the Craft magazines as a competition entry, I didn't win anything, but I believe it's been shown in one of the issues.  Again, quick and easy.  Just a little shading with distress ink to add the colour, and of course some sparkle added.

I love this Lavinia Cat Stamp - he minds me of my cat Spot!


Thanks for popping by
Linda
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2 comments:

  1. Hey Linda, I love what you did with the corset- we used the corset montage in this months workshops!
    Im looking forward to the weather improving so you can get accross a little more, will be nice to catch up with you.xx

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    1. Thanks Maria, spoke to Irene this aft and she said you'd been using the stamp. Can't make next months class but hopefully I will get to at least one of them soon, it would be lovely to see you xx

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