Tuesday, 27 April 2010

Pretty Paisley

Looks a bit weird, doesn't it?
It's a 'mini paisley texture wooden cube'. Such a big name for a little thing - I didn't measure it, but I'd say it's a bit less than 2 inches. It has four stamps on it, and Jennifer decided to have a see what she could create with it. Four cards appeared from this experimenting, and they're below. By the way, the stampy cube is available here.

Paper curling. We're quite taken by this paper curling lark at the mo. Just roll up the edge of your patterned paper, and then push it and crease it and use a sanding block against the edge to add a worn look, if you wish.

Pastel inks, with clear embossing powder on top to add clarity and vibrancy to the stamped image.

This card has a big pleat in its background paper, which the stamped images then sit on. And the decorative edge is made using the Martha Stewart Scallop Dot Punch. And the pink paper is Bo Bunny Tutu Dot Paper.

A black and white, window-like alternative.
The stamped image squares are raised on foam pads. The decorative edges have been created using Martha Stewart Embossed Zigzag Punch.

This stamp from the cube is nice to colour in.
And all the oval sentiments are Craftwork Cards products, and are available in our little shop too.
Ciao for now, off to attempt the beginning of my art journal :)

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