May 22, 2015

Couple Silhouette

Today I have a Wedding or Anniversary  card to share, using stamps from Just for Fun Rubber Stamps. I love silhouette stamps, and had to add this dancing couple to my stamp collection. 

I was going to heat emboss the image, but after trying several times, and just kept getting embossing powder elsewhere on the card (although I used an embossing buddy), I simply used versafine onyx ink to stamp the image. 

I masked the circle using a diecut circle, and then inked using distress ink. I used the background stamps before removing the circle, as I wanted it to be just white.
Designer paper is from DCWV, I had it forever, so I don't know anymore which stack it's from. Sentiment is also from JFF. I embellished with some sticky rhinestones to finish off the card.


You can find the JFF Rubber Stamps here: 
Main image: Couple Silhouette,
Background stamps: Ironwork Sketch, Tempo (music note), Michelanglo script


JFF has a sale going on a the moment, but it ends soon!
And don't forget, these stamps are available in wood mounted, cling mounted or unmounted rubber

Thanks so much for stopping by!
Happy Stamping!!

7 comments:

  1. So pretty! Love the image and the music notes.

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  2. Stunning image and beautifully composed card Ellie.
    Blessings
    Maxine

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  3. OMG!! Beautiful and I love that image!!

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  4. Beautiful, I love the moon in the background with the silhouette!

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  5. I love them dancing to the music. What a fun anniversary card.

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  6. Sorry I missed his one Ellie, it's a gorgeous creation, I do ahve a love of silhouette stamps.

    B x

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