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Saturday, 1 May 2010

Good afternoon

Wow I can't believe its the weekend, and a long one at that. I've been sat here waiting in anticipation for my starter kit to arrive so I can play over the next 3 days only to be told by Victoria that UPS don't deliver on a weekend.... how annoying is that?

Over the last week or so I have been playing with the SU products I already have and these are some of the results:

Items used;

SU products : Very Vintage Jumbo wheel, Perfect plum cartridge, Whimsical words and Vintage Vogue stamp set
Own Stash : Card stock, ribbon, circle punch and pearls
I stamped the flowers using the masking technique, then cut out a seperate image and placed it on the centre flower.

Items Used:
SU products: Very vintage large wheel, flight of the butterfly stamp set, scollped punch, brayer, Boardering blue ink,
Own Stash: Pearlescent Card, ribbon, brad, glitter, boarder punch, gloss photo paper, acetate, stazon ink, versamark ink (the last 3 products are available from SU but I already had them)
Using the versamark I stamped the butterfly on to the photo paper then brayered over it with the boardering blue ink to give a resist look. With the wheel I stamped the pearlescent card, nd a piece of white card. The scolloped punched was using the resist effect again but with the wheel instead. Using stazon I stamped the butterfly image onto acetate and glittered from the back. I then assembled as shown.

Finally this was made using the following products:
SU products : Bride paper pack, chocolate chip ink, brayer, oval scolloped punch, oval punch, word window punch.
Own Stash : Butterflies, brad, ribbon and sentiment
I basically brayered over the bride paper and matt and layered as shown.
Thanks for taking the time to look at my projects.
Tracy xx


  1. oooooooooooh I love these Tracy. So so sorry about UPS and Saturdays, what a shame. Now you have something lovely to look forward to next week!

    I love the chocolate brayered bride papers, looks devine



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