Wednesday, 12 September 2012

Sheena Douglass New Stamps Day #3

Morning all, day three and it's time to show you some more samples from the all new 'Sketchy Stamps' range from Sheena Douglass that will be on Create and Craft TV on Friday 14th September. My Mistletoe card was made with a Distress Inks background and the image stamped with various colours of Versafine Inks.

Some Quickutz 'Lips' ( the middle 'waste' from the lips became my 'birds' on the Snowman card yesterday!)  and a few dots here and there with a couple of pens and on to the next card.
This 'With Love' card was so easy to do... Dylusions Inks Sprays for the backgrounds. I love bright colours!

The sentiment was stamped with Black Versafine Ink and after making a few holes with my Big-bite I layered the card onto some gold glitter card so you can see it through the holes!
A bit more matting and layering, a couple of flowers from a Marianne Creatables English Rose Die... job done!
Thank you for looking ...another post later today, so please pop back !
Have a good Wednesday and THANK YOU all so much for the lovely comments .... very kind of you.

Eileen x

6 comments:

  1. Well I have seen this in real life and they are fantastic. Well done Eileen. XX

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  2. Amazing cards Eileen. Love the bright colours and stamps are gorgeous.

    Sarah x

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  3. Thats fab Eileen....must pick your brains about those Dylusions inks xx

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  4. Your lips made me laugh, how brilliant to use them with the mistletoe!!!
    Love those colours of Dylusions inks. I've seen everyone using them lately and think I NEED to have them. The colours are so vibrant and lush.
    Love your samples, Eileen.
    Hugs Lisax

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  5. Beautiful bright colours, and you've certainly made the most of those fab stamps, absolutely brilliant creations, loving those lips too lol xxx

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  6. These are outstanding Eileen, your choice of colour is just stunning, love the lips. Wished we still lived in Kent it's just a bit too far to travel for a class.

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