Sunday, 1 February 2015

Her Heart Did Whisper by Lynne Moncrieff


 
 



Did you know that more Oxford Impressions stamp sets are now available to purchase from That’s Crafty? One of the new sets is Waiting For Mr Darcy, which is a stunning set of stamps … then again, you probably know by now that I have a weakness for Oxford Impressions!

 

Supplies


Distress Ink:- Bundled Sage
Gel Medium 
Watercolour Paper 
A4 Cardstock or 7”x5” pre-scored cardbase
Artist Palette Knife (or old credit card)
Tissue Paper (white)
Silicone Glue
Extras:- Lace, seam binding, scraps of floral pattern paper, paper flowers), lace flower, baby wipes

 

Instructions


Tear watercolour paper to approx 7”x5”. Adhere torn pieces of pattern paper, lace and muslin to panel with Gel Medium. Leave to dry. 
 

Apply paints with palette knife, removing some of the paint from the pattern paper with a baby wipe. 
 

Ink up flowers (Court of Versailles) with Distress Ink and randomly stamp onto panel.  Heat set.
 

Stamp onto tissue paper, with StazOn, all required images. Tear around images then plan composition before adhering with Mod Podge. Leave to dry.
 
 
 
 
 

Ink up scrap cardstock with Distress Ink. Stamp butterfly (Jane’s Garden). Fussy cut. 
 
 
 
 
 

Assemble card:- Adhere panel to cardbase then start to embellish card. The painted paper flowers I had leftover from a previous project so I simply added pearl stickers. Painting paper flowers is a good way to co-ordinate with your project and a good way of using up flowers in colours which you don’t actually like! 

Sponge Distress Ink onto edges of cardbase.

 

Until next time,
 

Lynne

12 comments:

  1. What an exquisite card. I love that delicate little butterfly and the composition is just perfect. I plan to add to my very small collection of Oxford Impression stamps. xx

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  2. hi Lynne - gorgeous make - lovely infact - why wouldn't you have a weakness for these stamps - big hugs Rachel xx

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  3. Gorgeous Lynne, love how you did the background, it makes for such a lovely backdrop for that beautifully stamped lady. You always work magic with those OI stamps!

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  4. As soon as i saw those OE stamps in 'What's New' I immediately thought of you, Lynne. Wonderful subtle background really shows them off.

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  5. So very beautiful, and lovely!! The floral paper gives an adorable beauty to your soft background, together with the laces and flowers, and the stamps are surely to love !!
    What a gorgeous card in my favorite style ,dear Lynne.
    Hug from Dorthe

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  6. So beautiful and delicate and lovely Lynne!
    oxo

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  7. This is beautiful , such delicate colours and softness x

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  8. A real feast of shabby chic beauty Lynne. Love it!
    Fliss xx

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  9. That background is stunning! xxx

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