Thursday, 28 April 2011

A Little Resistance Is A Good Thing - The Stamp Man Challenge

Here's my entry to the latest Stamp Man challenge which is to use resist techniques.
The white card has been stamped with the Stamp Camp bubbles stamp, and embossed with white embossing powder. This was coloured with Brilliance inks using the little finger daubers - Yay clean fingers for once!
My Stamp Man stamps have been stamped onto black card and embossed in white, then the embossing has been coloured with Stazon. I really like these labels stamps, they work so well with the dies, and are great for the easel cards.
It was nice to make a 'pretty' card for a change :o) Thanks very much for looking x


  1. Fabulous card Sue the brilliance inks with the bubble stamps are very striking and pretty! XOXO Zoe

  2. Gorgeous colours, very mystical xxxx

  3. Beautiful card, love the combination of the spring colours with black, great! Valerie

  4. Oh wow Sue its fabulous, never seen the bubble effect before and its terrific. Have a great Bank Holiday. Annette x

  5. oh just love this hun,such a brilliant effect hugs cheryl xxxx

  6. Hi Sue
    Thanks for your lovely comment on my work but wow this is so gorgeous. Love how you've coloured the embossing, really gives it a unique look, must try that! The butterfly lady goes so well with the new nesties stamps, a great idea.
    x Michelle

  7. Oooh, That is gorgeous, Sue! I love the bubble background and the label stamp is on my wish list!

  8. Hi there. This is lovely. The background is very striking and works beautifully with your chosen images! Thanks for joining us at The Stamp Man.

  9. Oo fabulous card Sue. What an interesting background. Love it!
    Congrats on your win at Stampotique!..xx

  10. Sue this is stunning ! Loads of work and fab techniques on this a real eye feast.


  11. oh oh oooh, just gorgeous, such amazing colours and composition Sue!


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