I was very excited when this brick wall stamp arrived in stock and was keen to give it a test drive as soon as possible. It also gave me a chance to use another new
I was very excited when this brick wall stamp arrived in stock and was keen to give it a test drive as soon as possible. It also gave me a chance to use another new stock item, the Ivy Border cutting die.
I used the Tea Die Distress ink pad on the brick wall stamp and stamped the whole background of the card, I then used a foam pad to blend the same ink over the stamped area to soften the appearance of the brick wall
The arched window was die cut from the card and the narrow window frames coloured with a brown ProMarker pen.
The ivy was die cut from green card, the vertical ivy was a little bit too big for the card so I cut a small piece of the stem out and covered the join with a flower, other flowers were added along the length of the ivy border. Pink card and curtains made from a doily finish off the window.
The greeting was stamped onto white card which was then inked around the edges and stuck in place.
- 15cm square white card blank.
- Cover a Card cling rubber Distressed Brick stamp.
- Tea Dye Distress Ink Pad
- Arched Window die cutter.
- Ivy Border die cutter.
- Pink and white card.
- White paper lace doily.
- Mixed Paper Flowers
- Just Right for You clear stamp
- Colorbox Cat’s Eye pigment ink pad Cocoa
- Foam Ink Blending Tool.