Hello and Welcome to my blog, thank you for your visit, I do appreciate it.
Today, whilst making show samples with my stamps I decided to have a play with some different materials to use alongside my parchment and this is what turned out.
The parchment is coloured with Distress Inks using a ripped paper template. before being stamped, embossed and perforated.
The lacy edge is from Pergamano Multigrid 29. The stamps are my own, I have used Dandelion Delights and Floral Abundance. The remainder is leftover lace, linen, music paper and bits and pieces that have been lying around.
I hope you like my hanging, thanks for dropping by,
Oh my goodness this works so well with your media mix Rosie. What a wonderful piece. Jenny xReplyDelete
how beautiful just my style of craftingReplyDelete
Your hanging is just beautiful Rosie, I love it! I had no idea that you could colour parchment with DI's but it looks wonderful, thanks so much for the tip. Anne xxReplyDelete
oh wow - so lovely and your stamps are so beautiful!ReplyDelete
wow this is so lovely Rosie great share, Shaz in oz.xReplyDelete
wow that's beautiful. really do need to try pergamano!ReplyDelete
Wow, this is gorgeous, Rosie.ReplyDelete
Have a wonderful weekend
So beautiful Rosie. Nicola xReplyDelete
Gorgeous work! I love the perforations! They really make the dandelions look fluffy. :) Thanks for the inspiration! :)ReplyDelete
Love your hanging Rosie, the distress inks work so well with the ripped paper giving a depth and a great landscape as a backdrop for your stamped dandelions. Mo xReplyDelete
Hi Rosie, this is stunning love it, I have had to close Memories to keep due to a hacker. Have a new blog and a great candy with three sponsors...you may want to rejoin and put your name down in the candy...luv aNNieReplyDelete
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This is gorgeous Rosie. So elegant and feminine.ReplyDelete