Thursday, 16 September 2010

Columbine Card

Another example of rubber stamping. The main picture is an Elusive Images stamp applied to white card and coloured with Promarkers. This was cut out and mounted on a bronze coloured mirror card, both having been cut out with Spellbinders Nestabilities.
The background paper is one of my old bits of kitchen roll that was used for mopping up excess glimmer mists. The top layer of the kitchen roll was applied to a piece of spare card and stuck down with Modge Podge (matte). Another coat was applied over the top.
The three embellishments were made from Fimo clay. The pattern was applied with another stamp and before the clay was baked they were given a dusting of Perfect Pearls mica powder.
All the elements were assembled onto an A5 size card, with the embellishments being mounted on a separate strip of the backing paper and a layer of white card for contrast.

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