Sunday, 29 November 2015

What If? by Lynne Moncrieff


I thought I would break up the Christmas/festive/winter posts by sharing this card which was made to gift along with the recent door hanger I shared here.



 

 

Supplies


PaperArtsy Fresco Finish:- Chalk, Lake Wanaka, Blueberry, Pewter, Antarctic, Blue Oyster, Snowflake
Heat Gun
Idea-ology Word Band and Tiny Attacher
Extra:- Velvet ribbon and lace

 

Instructions


Apply the Frescos to a panel of watercolour paper, applying with an old credit card, misting with water.   

Randomly apply clear embossing paste to star stencil, taking into account the placement of the Finnabair woman. Once dry stamp woman onto panel. Surround the image with stamped text and circles, then continue by stencilling butterflies and stars with Black Soot.



 
 
 

 
 

Onto scrap watercolour paper apply paints. Stamp butterfly, fussy cut, ink edges before attaching to panel with Tiny Attacher. Adhere panel to cardbase before finally embellishing with lace, velvet ribbon and a Word Band.

 

Until next time,
 

Lynne

19 comments:

  1. So gorgeous and full of texture! I absolutely love it! xxx

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  2. Fabulous colour blend - I will be trying that technique! I love the texture that the clear embossing gives too! A really beautiful card with such a positive message! Chrisx

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  3. This is beautiful Lynne! So much depth and texture! xx

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  4. Gorgeously grungy Lynne and so full of detail. Love those cool blues too.
    Fliss xx

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  5. It is so beautiful, Lynne, it looks great with the clear embossing paste, and the black sooth ,such a yin yang effect . The woman stamp is wonderful, among all the stars and butterflies , and the perfect text for your friend. Also the cut out butterfly is gorgeous with stamps and text !
    Such a lovely card.
    Dorthe, xx

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  6. Lynne, this is incredibly beautiful. Your palette creates such a vintage and warm look, despite the cool tones, and the embossed stars are a fabulous detail with all the lovely intricacies of the stamp. Magnificent! xxx Lynn

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  7. I love this Lynne - it really is beautiful - a gorgeous cool palette - love it xx

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  8. Gorgeous selection of Fresco colours - some of my all-time favourites, and they suit the Finnabair images perfectly - what a magical card.
    Alison x

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  9. A brilliant piece Lynne with a fabulous colour combo
    Live
    Amanda x

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  10. Fabulous project, what a very cool bunch of stamps! WOW!

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  11. Completely enchanting! I love the colour palette and the beautiful sentiments too. x

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  12. Just wonderful- I love the blues and the embossing and the stars- wonderful work!

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  13. Your choice of beautiful, soft colors really compliments this stamp! Love it!!

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  14. Wow Lynne - you blended those Fresco colors to perfection - aren't they just lovely. The entire card is stunning - I have really enjoyed reading how you made it. You are so unique in your creative abilities that I am always spellbound! j.

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  15. Wow Lynne - you blended those Fresco colors to perfection - aren't they just lovely. The entire card is stunning - I have really enjoyed reading how you made it. You are so unique in your creative abilities that I am always spellbound! j.

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  16. Really, really full of feeling, thought and sentiment. What a stunning gift in a card!

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