Tuesday, 2 December 2008

Penny Black Stamp - Mother card

A watercolour technique is used to create the Penny Black Curlicue real flower stamp image that you see on this card, I used water colour felt tipped pens to colour directly onto the rubber stamp I then sprayed the stamp with a fine mist of water a couple of sprays then stamp onto the card, this gives the effect of hand painted flowers, now isn't that amazing?
I layered up with Nestabilities and a pretty Once upon a time paper.
I used a previously made up blossom and added a ribbon to finish.




18 comments:

Chrissie said...

Such a beautiful card Jak. This method of stamping together with your lovely papers and embellishments gives such a delicate look, lovely.

Beryl (bik59) said...

Beautiful card Jak, very delicate
Beryl x

Suzanne said...

Stunning card - again !!!! - I do love your work
Thanks for sharing
Suzanne

Beryl said...

I just love that background paper. The flower image is beautiful - I really must try this. Does it need to be on watercolour paper I'm wondering?
There is an award on my blog that I'd like to share with you if I may. I'm sure I won't be the only one nominating you for it - I hope you'll accept.
Beryl xx

Anonymous said...

Lovely card Jak just love that background paper.
Myrax

christine said...

Beautiful Jak, I love the background paper and the way you have used the stamp.
You are inspirational

Christine x

Jackie said...

clever so and so. ! lol
I love the background paper too... but the whole card is beautiful... well done again mrs. !!! another success. x

PeeJay said...

Sooo effective! It's beautiful Jak

Lavender Rose said...

Another beautiful card Jak, the image matches that gorgeous backing paper perfectly. I have tried using markers straight onto my stamp but had never thought of spritzing it with water afterwards, thanks for the tip.

Anonymous said...

Beautiful card Jak, love it.
I went to a class a couple of years ago and we did that technique using pigment pads and spritzing, the result looked very like yours. I must give it a go with marker pens now. Thanks for sharing your lovely creations once again.
Sue

Glittertastic said...

What a beautiful delicate card!

Sue said...

That is so pretty and the colours in the background paper go so well with the image.
Sue x

Lisa Atha said...

Jak,

wow, such a pretty card. It is so elegant. Love the colors. Thanks so much for sharing it.

Lisa

Billie said...

Your work is superb, I love it and your blog too. There is a blog award over on my blog for you, to thank you for sharing your ideas and creations.

Best wishes

Billie :)

Cazz said...

Something else for me to try lol. will you stop coming up with all these new idea's so I can get a chance to try them please LOL

beautiful card xxx

Foxycrafts said...

Beautiful, Jak. I love what you have done with the stamp. This is another technique for me to add to my list of 'to do's.' LOL Thank you for sharing.

Love Joan :o)

joey said...

Hi, oooh this is so soft and pretty I love it. joey xxx

witsuebea said...

What a beautiful delicate flower Jak. Your method of use brings out the best in the flower as well. As usual your work is superb.
regards Hugs and lots of scrapping love. XsueX