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Thursday, 29 May 2014

Stencil & stamp



My make for today's One Word Wonder - the word was floral.
I used a Peerless Designs brick wall stencil, which I inked through with frayed burlap Distress Ink. Stamped the poppy from Hunkydory's poppy meadow collection using crushed olive DI, then painted using barn door & bundled sage DI.
Stamped the meadow image from IndigoBlue across the bottom in crushed olive.
The dandelion seeds, butterfly & sentiment are stamps from Creative Expressions British wildflowers, designed by Sam Poole.
Matted onto green card.
Thanks for stopping by x.

I have entered this in:
Crafty Little Fairies - in the garden
Dream it Up - flora & fauna

13 comments:

  1. Lovely card Bev, I love the flowers set against the brick wall. Tracy x

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  2. Gorgeous card, love the background and the flowers are beautiful.
    Hugs
    Linda xxx

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  3. What a lovely delicate card, love the design

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  4. Gorgeous card Bev love it hugs Judith x

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  5. That is really lovely Bev, well done :D

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  6. That is really lovely Bev, well done :D

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  7. Thank you for joining our fauna and flora challenge this month at Dreamweaver Stencils. Loving your composition!

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  8. So pretty, love the look of the red flowers popping off the card. Thanks for playing at Dreamweaver Stencils :)

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  9. What a lovely card. I love the colouring that you have achieved. XX

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  10. Those poppies really "pop" out of the Brickwork - great design, fabulous colours, super card xx

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  11. Fabulous uplifting colour and detail Bev. Love this.
    Laine
    xx

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  12. BEAUTIFUL...love the brick background on this amazing work of art! I'm so pleased that you could join us for the Dreamweaver May Challenge.

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  13. Ahhhh! summer love the card

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Thanks everyone for your lovely comments. So kind of you to take the time to visit.
Hugs,
Bev xx