Tuesday, 19 August 2014

Marvy Le Plume Double Ended Watercolour Markers and Rubbernecker Stamps.


Morning all.. Two quick cards today using Rubbernecker Stamps and Marvy Le Plume Double Ended Markers ( water colours)
Oyster Stamps stock Marvy Le Plume products.
Use a variety of different colour markers to ink up your stamps, using the brush tip end of your pens.  Then spray a fine mist of water onto the stamp. Be careful not to over do the spraying.
Stamp your image onto smooth, hot press, water-colour card... add a sentiment, also from Rubbernecker Stamps... job done.

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Thanks for looking at my blog today and a warm welcome to my new followers.Thank you for your interest. x

Eileen xx

20 comments:

  1. Both stunning Eileen, butterfly in particular xx Zoe xx

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  2. Fab cards, you make it sound so easy! Where are the drips and blobs us lesser mortals get ? LOL

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  3. Beautiful cards,Eileen. I think your work is really stunning,always so colourful and beautifully created :)

    Hugs
    Donna xx

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    1. That is such a lovely comment to make Donna.... thank you xxx

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    1. You are always such a support Bernie xx

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  5. I haven't heard much about Marvy Le Plume pens for ages but tbey work so well using them straight on the stsmp like that. Two lovely stamps and two vibrant bsauties! x

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  6. Soooo pretty Eileen! Love the colours. Love how you photograph your cards too, looks so professional! XX

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  7. Absolutely beautiful my friend, you've done it again, made something incredible that sparks off the colour switch in my brain, I suppose I shall have to save up for these pens now, I blame you for making my Craft Room shrink, lol, big hugs P xxxxx

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  8. These are so beautiful and I love the sentiments.
    Hugs
    Linda xxx

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  9. Would love to see you enter this gorgeous Butterfly card over at my current Butterfly challenge. Hugs Mrs a. (Butterfly challenge).

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  10. Never heard of these pens, must have a nosey. Love your artwork, great use of colour as always xxx

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  11. stunning makes Eileen - need to email you about Scarborough - still coming - just need the details again! Hugs rachel x

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  12. Gorgeous Eileen ! I hope you are doing well. We are in the process of moving house, so MUCH work! Take care, Shirleyxx

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  13. Wow, the colors on these are phenomenal!

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  14. WOW! Is there NOTHING you can't do with a bit of ink and some paper Eileen? These cards are stunners. I bow to your amazing talent.

    Hugs, Sarn xxx

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  15. wow love the butterfly card, great colors!!
    Groetjes Karin x

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