Monday, 9 March 2020

Treats on Tuesday at Magenta

Hi Everyone , I'm over at Magenta combining a script stamp with some images. Come on over and see how to focus to your cards to the central image. I haven't added a sentiment that's the next step of finding the perfect person and reason  to send the card  😃




these are the stamps I used -
Script
Script
 [07.916.O]


Fall Ash Leaves
Fall Ash Leaves
 [0799.L]
Bird on Branch - By Marie-Ève Trudeau
Bird on Branch - By Marie-Ève Trudeau
 [37.285.P]
Bee Sweet Apple Blossom
Bee Sweet Apple Blossom
 [0761.N]



Card Recipe
Stamps: Magenta
Paper: Mixed Media Black, Gray, 110lb white
Ink: Hero Arts White, Versamark,
Accessories: Gansai Tambi metallic paints, Inka Gold watercolour paints, Liquid Platinum Embossing powder.
Techniques: Watercolouring, heat embossing, stamping

20 comments:

  1. Three beautiful stamped cards, Christine. I love how you added the stamped text to all your cards. TFS Hugs..nancy

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  2. Love these three cards - so glad I got to see them in real life!

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  3. Three gorgeous cards Christine. Agree with Susan, loved seeing them in real life. Amazing work, my friend! xx

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  4. Superb and stunning cards, lovely colours....lucky ladies to have actually seen them in real life..bet they are amazing.xx

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  5. Beautiful cards. Gentle colours and so well matched. Thank you for sharing

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  6. Wow what stunning cards and I love how you have used the stamps and your colouring is so pretty x. Thank you for the fabulous inspiration Christine

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  7. WOW! Talk about creative! I love all three of these and what a fabulous effect with the embossed script. I'd love to see your mixed media supplies. I always look forward to seeing what you created and did visit Magenta because I just have to know how you did it. Fantastic and very original cards!

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  8. Oh, gosh, these are beautiful! You used these stamps so well, Christine! Love the script in the background and I'm reminded that I do have a script stamp that could use some love. I make quite a few blank cards and sometimes never add a sentiment at all. Just write my message. It's nice to have all occasion cards on hand, especially when they're as gorgeous as these!

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  9. Awesome, my friend! I especially love the metallic paint on the black!

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  10. Love this idea! All three look fabulous although the first is my favorite. I need to try this. Thanks for sharing the ideas. Hugz

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  11. I just love that white script hovering within all the other images. The golden flowers are maybe my favourite, but they all work so beautifully.
    Alison x

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  12. these are stunning....Magenta is so lucky to have you mf.!!
    xx Karen

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  13. All three are fabulous, Christine! Wonderful variations of showcasing the script stamp!
    Hideko xx

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  14. Can’t go wrong with a good script background. These are beautiful. The metallics on black is striking, but I think my favourite is the leaves.

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  15. All three of these cards are pretty amazing. Great and unusual use of that background script xx

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  16. These are absolutely gorgeous Christine - I love the embossed script on each. The bird stamp is calling me...!!! Vicky x

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  17. So many beautiful cards in one post, Christine! I love the foggy look of the cards, and the background script is perfect for all of these cards.
    xx

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  18. These are all so pretty Christine! Great set of versatile cards for multiple occasions!

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  19. Three gorgeous cards Christine and I love the script used on all three and I love the leaves and the sweet bird both beautifully coloured, and then the dramatic look of the apple blossom on the black card, a really great look. x

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