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Becoming

I am sharing this card on the Foiled Fox blog today, a great place to visit if you are looking for some inspiring content or some lovely products (in their online store). I am grateful to The Foiled Fox for supporting my creative work in a variety of ways and I want to let you know my blog includes affiliate links to their online store which give me a small commission.

Yet again I used my distress stains to work with a Penny Black floral stamp. You may have heard the distress stain daubers are being discontinued but the spray stains are not so I intend to refill my daubers from my spray stains; the stain is the same in both bottles. If you don’t want to get messy and do refills you can just paint stain onto your stamp with a brush or use an ink pad and spritz your stamp for a looser, more watery look.

I started in my stamping platform by inking the flower and bud with worn lipstick stain. I stamped then cleaned the stamp so I would not contaminate the dauber of the dusty concord distress stain when I added that next. I kept the dusty concord mainly around the edges of the flower and tip of the bud but it blended into the flower a little which is what I was after.

I inked the leaves and stem with pumice stone and stamped. While that was still wet I added forest moss stain to parts of the leaves and stems to get the two toned look. I dried the panel well then splattered some forest moss stain around the leaves and some dusty concord over the flower.

I added a sentiment in versafine clair monarch ink then popped up the whole panel on white foam before adding it to card base.

Supplies

Stamps: PB Becoming, Just Believe

Distress stains: pumice stone, forest moss, worn lipstick, dusty concord

Ink: versafine clair monarch

Paper:

Also: white foam

 

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5 Comments on “Becoming”

  1. Jan Castle says:

    Beautifully done Heather….would be great if you would add the Penny Black item number here on your blog as well as on the Foiled Fox site (I always look to see if I have that stamp and I file by number on my spreadsheet). Thanks so much for sharing your inspiration!!!! Because of you, I now have all the Distress Stains…and with the daubers – YEAH!!!!
    Paper Hugs,
    Jan

  2. Pat says:

    Gorgeous colours Heather and so loose and pretty, and lovely placement of that great sentiment. x

  3. Gorgeous and artsy flower card, Heather! I love how the distress stains blended. The color combinations are so beautiful and the splatters are perfect. Hideko

  4. Mac Mable says:

    So beautiful, so artsy and such a unique effect. Thank you for the tip about the sprays and the daubers. I love dipping into you blog and being amazed at your wonderful creations….Thank you x


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