Monday, August 27, 2012

Emboss Resist - Silk Moth

Popping back to share a card I created sometime ago but have never shared until now - I am not sure why!

It is created using the retired Silk Moth art cling art stamp designed by Laura Kirste Campbell.
The Art Stencil is also retired but still a favourite of mine, also designed by Laura.
Emboss Resist is such an effective technique, I love the dramatic finish it can have.
This card is for the following challenges:
Amusing ChallengesAnything Goes
Catered Crop - Distress
Great Impressions - Anything with Animals
Inspire Me FridaysAlways Anything Goes
Poodles Parlour - Winged Things
QKR StampedeAnything Goes
Paper Crafting Journey - Anything Goes

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  1. This is gorgeous,love the butterfly and wonderful colours.xxx

  2. I need to try a stencil because the effects are lovely!! :) Thanks so much for joining me this week for my Amusing Challenges - I'm glad you joined in on the fun!

  3. I really like this card Linda - the colour selection really appeals to me. It is good to see Laura's stamps in ink again!

  4. Love this Linda - the emboss resist is really dramatic.

  5. WOW WOW linda this is a stunning card, can you tell me what Emboss resist is???? smiles Ita
    e.mail itaobok@gmail.com

  6. love this emboss resist technique Linda-thanks for sharing this beauty with us at the Great Impressions Stamps animal challenge

  7. Beautiful card, thanks for sharing it with us Poodles Parlour challenge, good luck, cheers Sue x

  8. Wow, that's beautiful, I love that stamp and the colours you've used.
    Thanks for joining us over on ATCs With Attitude.
    Hugs Alison x x

  9. Beautiful creation thanks for playing along with us at poodles
    Jacki xx


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