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Tuesday, 8 October 2019

Eclectic Stems for AALL & Create

Hello Friends

Just a quick post from me today to share my GDT post for AALL & Create.  I needed to
create a birthday card for a friend,
I used AALL & Create stamp sets #199 and #210, both by Tracy Evans.
I created a background using Distress Oxide inks in Peacock Feathers and Gathered Twigs.
Next I cut a circle from card, placed the outer part on the background and stamped through the hole using stamp set #210 (Background Mash Up) using Gathered Twigs Distress Ink.

I stamped out the flower again, coloured two with Distress Ink and cut these out to use as
 extra layers.
I went around the finished circle with a wet paintbrush to drag some of the colour out.  To finish off I layered the flower up and added some glitter to the centre of the flower.
The sentiment on the finished card is also from stamp set #199.

Thanks so much for your visit, as always, I appreciate it very much.

Hugs, Anne xxx


12 comments:

  1. What a glorious smooshed background - such lovely colours, and the flower is so great with those added dimensional petals - a fabulous card.
    Alison x

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  2. I love this Anne, what a great technique, stamping through the die cut, and your layered flower is so pretty! Have a very happy week, Sue xx

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  3. Simple yet artsy wonderful, and that blue is wonderful! Great mottled background too.

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  4. Anne this is so pretty, I love the colours you have chosen. Such a time saving idea to stamp through the aperture. Tracy's flower layers up so beautifully, that little bit of sparkle makes it shine even brighter. I'm sure this will be loved by the receiver.
    Sending creative Hugs your way Tracey xx

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  5. Anne, firstly, you have made magic with those oxides--I love the color combination! And your card design is so eye-catching! A truly wonderful birthday card that I'm sure made your friend's day even more special! Hugs!

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  6. Well this will brighten your friend's day for sure Anne. It's very beautiful. The circle 'background' really makes Tracy's gorgeous flower stamp pop. Such a nifty technique. Most of all I LOVE your oxide background and colours. Happy weekend to you and David. Nicola x

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  7. Such a lovely card , Anne . Wonderful DOX detail on your WFD panel and your dimensional bloom is gorgeous and the perfect focal feature .

    Hugs x

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  8. This is a stunning card Anne and I adore the colour combination. Great backgrund and I love the floral stamp x Sending huge hugs to you and David xx
    Annie xx

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  9. Hi Anne, Love your card! Fantastic to see how you made it. Axxx

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  10. This is so gorgeous Anne! What a brilliant background! Love the blue and brown combo and I love the floral stamp as well! You've really made that lovely flower pop!! hugs xx

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  11. I saw this on FB on my phone while I was away and couldn't wait to get settled back home with WIFI so I could see your post, Annie! I love the CASliciousness of this design and how you made that fun swirly flower 3D! The colors are fabulous!! Hope all is well! Hugs, Darnell xxoo

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  12. Just love that soft watery back ground & that fabulous pop of a flower- happy place!

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