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Chloe's Stamps

Hi again, Jenny here with another card I made using the lovely Heart Wreath stamp from Chloe.  I wanted to show how versatile this stamp is, and how different it can look.  The first time I used it was with the MDF (see earlier post), but this time I used it with my gold embossing powder and distress inks:


I stamped and embossed on card and then inked around the edges using my distress ink.  I spritzed it with water, to allow the inks to move and blend.  Whilst the paper was still quite damp, I created the creases at the top and bottom of the image.  

Using the Cosmic Shimmer coloured PVA, I've added a little texture, and when dry they keep their shape, so look like faux pearls.


The edge of the card has been created using the edge of the stamp.

Please pop back tomorrow, where I've used the heart in another variation.  If you would like to pick up some of Chloe's stamps, please follow this link:


Thank you for stopping by.



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  1. I love to see how one stamp can be used in many ways.
    Thank you

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