Monday, May 13, 2013

Mark's Finest Papers & Stamps Special Feature!

Happy Monday!  I hope you had a good weekend and are off to a good start to the week!  This week is Mark's Finest Papers & Stamps a Heinrich Co. blog hop week.  I will have a post every day this week so I hope you will stop by and leave a comment for your chance to win a new release!

 The special stamp set this month is: Marsh Silhouettes





The mini stamp set we have for you this month is: Lilly of the Valley


I have been inspired lately by several talented artists that work magic with mixed media as well as the splitcoaststampers mix-ability challenges.  I just had to give it a try when I saw "Marsh Silhouettes" stamps set! This was just a little experiment but it didn't turn out half bad for a first try.  I created the card by using Gesso resist technique, water coloring with reinkers, stamping and distressing.  


The inside:

My second card can be used for wedding or Anniversary.



For more inspiration with the special stamp set and the mini set for this month you can visit Mark's Finest Paper's & Stamps a HC blog right HERE

Sympathy Card: Stamps:  Mark's Finest Papers & Stamps a HC - Marsh Silhouettes.  Paper: MFP a HC 140 lb Premium White, Nightshift Blue, Watercolor paper.  Access: Spellbinders - Postage Stamps, Classic Squares.


Anniversary Card: Stamp:  Mark's Finest Papers & Stamps a HC - Lilly of the Valley. Paper: MFP a HC 140 lb. Access: Sizzix - Textured Impressions - Thank You set #5, Pearls, Dollar Tree Ribbon.

5 comments:

  1. Angie your cards are gorgeous! We will have to chat and you will have to tell me how you did that top card. wonderful.

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  2. i also like that border cut. i have just received a die like that b/c it came as part of the package and i didn't really like the look of it but i LOVE how you did this with that die.

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  3. Both of your cards are gorgeous Angie! I love the beautiful scene that you created on the first and the pure elegance of the second! Great way to combine a variety of techniques! Thanks for the inspiration!

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  4. Lovely cards - what an interesting technique on that first card - great effect! I also like your embossing and pearls on the Wedding / Anniversary card and what a gorgeous colour satin ribbon.

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  5. Such gorgeous cards! Love the mixed media work and the mostly white wedding card!

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