Pebbles and Stones

My stamp buddy made me the stencil I used here and I love it.

Before I left for our boat trip I had stenciled out the stones using gesso and then left it to dry on my desk. On my return I brushed in some colour using Distress Oxides and after cutting it down a bit I mounted it onto the silver background. I had already stamped the flowers (GKand leaves using versamark and rose gold embossing powder so I fussy cut them out and arranged them and glued them to the panel. In between all this I had also been messing around with some color burst powders and of course managed to get some of the color onto the panel by accident. I used a Sissix die and some scrap PP to cover up the worst of it at the side. For the sentiment I used a word die and some scrap PP from an old purchased Christmas card. It is flocked and was silver and black. Glued this onto the bottom to finish the card.

Before we left for our boat trip I had stenciled out the stones using gesso and then left it to dry on my desk. On my return I brushed in some colour using Distress Oxides and after cutting it down a bit I mounted it onto the silver background. I had already stamped (GKD Fancy Flowers) the flowers and leaves using versamark and rose gold embossing powder so I fussy cut these out, arranged and glued them to the panel. In between all this I had also been messing around with some color burst powders and of course managed to get some of the color onto the panel by accident. I used a Sissix die and some scrap PP to cover up the worst of it at the side. For the sentiment I used a word die and some scrap PP from an old purchased Christmas card. It is flocked and was silver and black. Glued this onto the bottom to finish the card.

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