Wednesday, 17 September 2014

Rubbernecker stamp.. Poppies




Good afternoon, friends..followers and visitors.. warm welcome to Mary new follower, thank you for joining  me..



card size A4 folded in half
This is my first attempt at using "Rubbernecker" stamps..  "4 poppies".. it is a blank stamp to watercolour with..
you have to do your own shading..don`t know if its ok or not...
I used watercolour card and "Inktense pencils" with a water brush...







behind the poppies I used a grass stamp and shaded with DI bundled sage ink..

spellbinders Floral ovals and Grand decorative ovals used to cut navy card.

Memory box "butterfly Vine border" and "Kensington border" I used for the cut out  layered butterflies..
stamped sentiment  ..Ribbon..Gems to finish..



close up of the poppies..




items used available from http://www.oysterstamps.co.uk/ 

Rubbernecker 4 Poppies stamp.. here
Water colour card 
Ink tense pencils.

spellbinder oval`s plain/scallop/floral ovals..  here 
grand Decorative ovals /plain ovals.  here phone 01634686823

Memory box.
Kensington border & butterfly Vine..  here    phone 01634686823    here

DI Bundled sage.
Ribbon/gems.. 





thank you for any comments you leave, will return them to you...pam xx

26 comments:

  1. GORGEOUS! beautiful contrast, Pam. xo

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  2. wonderful creation!
    Cheers elma

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  3. Pam your poppies are gorgeous and you've coloured them beautifully ...

    Anne

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  4. Beautiful card Pam, love the image and your wonderful colouring, just lovely! And wow, your reindeer card is awesome!! Hugs, Ira xox
    Ira’s Crea Corner

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  5. Gorgeous card Pam, beautiful image and your colouring and shading is fabulous, lovely, lovely design, Kate x

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  6. Gorgeous card Pam love the flowers xx Jan

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  7. Stunning cards since my last visit, sorry I have just been so busy. Marlene

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  9. Brilliant card, those poppies are stunning, beautifully coloured.
    Love the whole design
    Hugs

    Patricia xx

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  10. Evening Pam WOW this is stunning I love it the colours are beautiful. I also love the design of it. Thank you for your lovely comment on my blog. I just hope I can get my followers back now I'm up and running. Take care xx

    Debs xx

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  11. This is gorgeous Pam. Your colouring of the poppies is so beautiful and I love your elegant design.
    Sue xx

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  12. Gorgeous card Pam, love the colours you've used.
    Thanks for the comments, hope you have a great week and happy crafting, Angela x

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  13. This is gorgeous and your coloring is perfect Pam..Loz

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  14. AWESOME! Your water coloring is just gorgeous! This is a real wow card!

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  15. Beautiful card Pam....water coloring is lovely....very pretty card...Joolsx

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  16. Morning Pam,
    Simply stunning. Your colouring is gorgeous.
    Lydia
    X

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  17. Afternoon Pam, Fabulous colouring of the poppies (they are my favourite flowers), I adore this card.
    Lots of love from Patricia xx

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  18. Hi Pam,

    Love the card - perfectly coloured in. Thank you,

    Much love,

    Shirley T. xxx

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  19. This is lovely Pam. I've just got my order of Rubbernecker stamps (via Tracey and Martine on Friday!!! lol). When I tried them out I was a bit disappointed as I tried on watercolour card that was spritzed with water and then spritzing the inked stamp but both turned out pretty messy. Think you've got the right idea by using pencils. Will have to give it a go.

    Karen x

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  20. SUPER gorgeous card love the image and gorgeous colouring.xxxThe Journey is the Start

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  21. A fantastic card,love your work

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  22. A fantastic card,love your work

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