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Thursday, 23 February 2012

My 1st paint fusion rose

Good morning all, I hope I find you all well.

Last night I was playing with my new Paint Fusion rose set of stamps.
I'm please with my first attempt at Sheena's rose.

I saw Sheena stamp on to black card, so thought I would give it a go.
After painting the leaves, then the roses, I smudged some white ink around the edges and then went over with a pinky brilliance pad. I quite like the result, it looks a bit misty.
I decided to make it into another Mothers Day card, while I'm in the mood, so I matted on pink then black card. I covered the front of a folded card blank with a backing paper printed from Sheenas CD ( I'm loving the cd, thanks Sheena). I cut double border strips using Spellbinders Morrocan accents or motifs (not sure which) and layered a paper ribbon, again from Sheenas cd. Stamped a sentiment and finished with a double ribbon bow and three pinky gemstones.
I would like to enter it into Totally papercrafts - Ribbon or bows challenge

I'm off to try the Fuchia stamp now, I'll be back soon to show you how it turns out.
Thanks for looking.
Bye !


  1. So beautiful, gorgeous ribbons...Thanks for joining us at Totally Papercrafts this week.
    Wendy xx

  2. Oh this is just so lovely! thank you so much for playing along with the Delightful Challenges Team this week!



  3. Wow Sue, this is just stunning.

    You have a real eye for PF.

    Thanks for joining us at ABC for our Jazz It Up challenge with your gorgeous creation.

    Lin xx

  4. Wow, Sue - what an amazing technique - I simply can't work out how you did it!!! Wonderful colours and what a perfect card for Mother's Day.

    Thanks for joining us on PaperPlay this week.

    Julie :o)

  5. Wow Sue...
    This is really stunning!
    I mean, what a neat project
    and oh so lovely!
    Thanks for linking up at ABC!

  6. What a gorgeous card, your roses are just beautiful! Thanks so much for playing along with Paperplay this week!!


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