This is my 2nd post today, following my latest GDT post for Stampotique, and I'm having a me day finishing off a few DT pieces and some I should be starting. I invariably get side tracked and today has been no exeception. I decided to sort through all my created backgrounds and sort them into techniques ie gelli prints,brusho's, dylusions etc and have sorted them, by type, into drawers so I can find things faster (well that's the idea).
One of those backgrounds caught my eye and I just made a quickly stamped card using it.
This background has been created using Dylusions and Perfect pearl mist pewter on gloss card using the cling film technique. I am not a great lover of gloss card but it gives a fabulous finish using this technique, the fabulous shimmer unfortunately doesn't show on the photo.
Both stamps are Dina Wakley - Lonley Girl
Sentiment - from Handwritten Quotes set.
Here is the little corner of my craftroom that I have put my drawers, so they are at hand I have put them right next to my desk with my other much used items.
Thanks for visiting especially if it's your 2nd visit of the day.
Fab background and having tried the cling film and mica technique myself I can just imagine the effect of the glimmer. Love Lonely Girl, one of my fave Dina stamps, so all in all, a winner in my book xxReplyDelete
Amanda,there is no end to your talents....is there anything that you can't do?! LOVE this one,sadly I don't have this stamp but whenever I see it I always think how cool it looks.ReplyDelete
Your craft room is gorgeous too :))
Your card is gorgeous Amanda !ReplyDelete
Really grandiose! You know I love the background technique and your stamps fits perfect and the color combinations is so cool!ReplyDelete
Big hugs Anja
Another great background, its a wonderful one layer card.ReplyDelete
fab Background. Works so well with the stamped Image you have choosenReplyDelete
Your card is fabulous! I love that cling film background ... so effective and of course the DW stamp which I love. But you craft room is uber tidy and organised. Those brushes, they are lush! Can you come around to my craft room and sort it out! Mine is like an avalanche. keelyxxReplyDelete
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