Wednesday, 29 March 2017


Hi, thanks for stopping by...
This stamp set is a JustRite Set Of 20 Clear Stamps and I think it is so very cute and as we have had a few days of lovely sunny weather I thought it fitting to use this Doodled Birds Stamp Set.
There are many ways these stamps can be used but I've chosen to stamp them as if they were planted in a garden, hence the green below the birds and flowers.
My white base card is an 8" square with a mat of Teal, White and Green Foundation Card by Creative Expressions.
I stamped the images using a Perfect Medium Clear Stamp Pad by Ranger, applied a pearlised white embossing powder by WOW and heat set.
I used Spectrum Noir's Watercolour Pens to colour all the images.
I added a bottom panel using the remainder of the above card stock and used a Distress Ink in  'Black Soot' by Ranger to stamp the sentiment, which is by Clarity.
Spellbinders's Labels 24 was used to die cut the sentiment and to complete the card I added a few silver sequins from my stash

Click on the card to see a close up of the design

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June x


  1. Awww how sweet this is. Your colouring in of the stamps is amazing, mine turns out as good as this but....thats why you are doing this and we are looking and......for that I THANK YOU xxx

  2. Thank you Pam, very kind of you to say

    I now think the Doodled Birds focal point would look nicer if it had a frame around it.... watch this space! LOL x

  3. What a happy card. Well done. Margaret F


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