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Tuesday, 30 January 2018

Underwater delights by Zoe

Good morning and welcome to my final post this month, gosh hasn’t that gone fast? Looking forward to spring now!

My first card I used Distress Oxides on my craft mat and spritzed with water, this is called “wrinkle free Distress technique” I did it one colour at a time, drying between each layer so I didn’t get mud, and simply stamped the fab seahorse in Black Onyx Versafine Inkpad and coloured parts of it using a Liquid Chrome marker pen, some faux stitching using a white gel pen to add some finishing off.





My second card I used a gel transfer to stamp my image and hot foil using my laminator and simply blended Distress inks over, the foil creating a resist, I added some water droplets and dried, another very simple card. 

Thank you for visiting and leaving your lovely comments, I really appreciate it.
Have a wonderful day xx Zoe xx

10 comments:

  1. Beautiful Zoe. Like the colours you have used on the seahorse card.
    Best wishes Carole

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  2. Beautiful Zoe. Like the colours you have used on the seahorse card.
    Best wishes Carole

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  3. Totally fab cards Zoe, love the seahorse, it looks so dimensional, Kate x

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  4. Two fabulous cards Zoe and especially love the second as this ammonite stamp has been calling to me for a little while now..lol. I love the colour combination and the use of hot foil in the background too. The seahorses are very pretty and I love the metallic marker pen you have used which gives a lovely shiny effect. x

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  5. Great effects for these two cards, they have a fab texturized look!

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  6. These also very beautiful love the colours. Janny

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  7. Two lovely cards, love your gorgeous backgrounds.

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  8. Two gorgeous cards and both so very different. I love your use of inks on the first one and the second card has such a classic look to it. Sandra x

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