Feb 13, 2015

Queen Anne's Lace

Good Morning and Happy Friday!

Feeling in a floral mood this week, so I decided to ink up the "Queen Anne's Lace" stamp from Just for Fun Rubber Stamp for today's cards. I had so much fun creating this scene, that I decided to make two cards, slightly different but same method. 

I put a diecut circle in place as a  mask, then inked up white card stock using distress ink. Removed the circle and then stamped the Queen Anne's Lace image using the same turquoise ink. Then I simply stamped it in black. I used a stencil for the black design in the two corners and finished off with the birthday sentiment. And added a couple small butterflies with some rhinestones.


For this card I used a torn paper mask for the  hills and the same circle. Then inked the background using distress inks. Removed circle and hill mask and stamped the floral image in green and then in black. I love silhouettes stamps, they are so much fun and so easy to use!

Product List:
(both  by JFF)
distress inks (broken china, mowed lawn), versafine onyx ink
MS butterfly punch, sticky rhinestones
stencil (sorry I don't know the name or mfg.) 
post-it note for masks


I'd like to play along here:
Addicted to Stamps and More -  Anything Goes
Through the Purple Haze - Flowers
That Craft Place  Anything Goes
Crafty Calendar - Feb - Anything goes

Thanks for visiting!!


16 comments:

  1. Ohhhhhhh these are gorgeous! LOVING the colors and the flowers!!!!!

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  2. So pretty! Your so good at technique/scene cards!

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  3. As always a gorgeous and inspirational creation Ellie.

    Have a lovely weekend.

    B x

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  4. Your masking has such an impact on your cards! These are so beautiful!

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  5. Beautiful background and stamping Ellie.
    Thanks for playing along at ATSM
    Sarah x

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  6. Such lovely cards.
    Love this kind of tecnique.
    Thanks for joining our Challenge.

    Hugs from Linda ( DT at TTPH)

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  7. Both cards are really beautiful Ellie
    Kevin xx

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  8. Beautiful cards Karen - and thank you for inspiring me with the way you have used the silhouette stamps.
    Blessings
    Maxine

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  9. Both of these are gorgeous! great way to use the silhouettes.

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  10. Gorgeous cards - your first one is my favorite - like the graphic look of it! Thanks so much for linking up with us at ATSM! Hugs, Cornelia

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  11. Both cards are just lovely! I really like the pretty flowers. Thanks so much for playing along with ASM this week!

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  12. Both cards are gorgeous, love everything about them.
    Thanks for sharing with us this month at Crafty Calendar Challenge.
    Kim x

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