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Time After Time

This card features Woodware stamp FRS016 Time After Time and the wording is from FRS334 You Are, both designed by Francoise Read. The butterflies are made using Robert Addams butterflies die.

Dotty Flowers

Made using JGS436 Dotty Flowers and Distress inks. The wording is from FRS334 You Are.
The area over the flower head was bleached out and the stem and leaves highlighted with a white pen.

The Blimps

This card features Woodware stamp JGS456 The Blimps designed by Jane Gill and the wording is from FRS334 You Are.
The colouring was done using metallic and glitter pens.

Walking Boots

Made using Woodware stamp JGS426, Walking Boots. The flowery background was made using the flowers in the stamp set to co-ordinate with the colouring on the boots.

Time to Wine Down

Another one for the men - this card features Woodware stamp FRS617 Time to Wine Down, and FRS614 Old Letter in the background. both designed by Francoise Read.
All of the colouring was done with Distress inks.

Whimsical Flower Sally Anne

This card was made using JGS446 Whimsical Flower Sally Anne and also has FRS614 Old Letter in the background - this would make an excellent background for lots of different images. The colouring was all done using Distress inks.

Boys Toys

Made using Woodware stamp FRS002 Boys Toys, designed by Francoise Read. The wording was taken from the brand new wording sets FRS006 Fun Birthdays and FRS009 Make a Wish

Love Puzzle

With Valentine's Day not far off, here is one for your loved one, using Woodware stamp FRS279 Love Puzzle. There are various wording options you can use to say exactly what you want!

Bubble Bloom 'Christina'

Made using one of the many stamps in the Woodware Bubble Bloom range, designed by Jane Gill, this one is 'Christina' JGS307 with Card Candi, gems and crystals.

Doodle a Flower

Made by Francoise Read, with Woodware stamp FRS288 Doodle a Flower - a huge range of designs can be created using this set of stamps and ink pads or pens.

Gerbera

Made using Woodware stamp JGS251 Gerbera.
The flower was stamped twice on white card then cut out and mounted onto coloured card.

Cow Parsley Flower Heads

Made with Woodware stamp JGS333 Cow Parsley Flower Heads. Background made with Distress inks and stamped in Versafine sepia.

Bubble Bloom 'Michelle'

Made by Mike Deakin, using Woodware stamp JGS392 Bubble Bloom 'Michelle' and Distress inks, card candi, gems and crystals.

Honeysuckle Stencil

This card was made using a Dreamweaver stencil of honeysuckle. Attach the stencil to a piece of black card and apply Versamark ink through the image with a dauber or a piece of Cut'n'Dry foam. Remove the stencil and sprinkle Stamp and Bond embossing powder over the image. Heat until the powder melts, then using your finger, colour by dusting with Perfect Pearls mica powder.

Designed by Dot.

Woodware Singles - Wellies

This card was made using the paper-piecing technique - stamp and emboss the Woodware  Wellies image onto different co-ordinating papers, then cut out the various sections and mount them onto the base image.

Designed by Mandy.

Silhouette Trees

This stunning card was made using a Dreamweaver stencil of silhouette trees. Attach the stencil to a piece of black card and apply Versamark ink through the image with a dauber or a piece of Cut'n'Dry foam. Remove the stencil and sprinkle Stamp and Bond embossing powder over the image. Heat until the powder melts, then using your finger, dust over with several colours of Perfect Pearls mica powder to create a winter sky effect.

Designed by Dot.

Cedar Tree Stencil with Gilding Flakes

The Cedar Tree stencil was attached to black card and Versamark ink was applied through the image using a sponge dauber. The stencil was removed and Stamp and Bond embossing powder was then sprinkled over the image, the excess shaken off and then the image heated with a heat tool until the powder melted. Gilding flakes were gently pressed onto the image and allowed to cool slightly, then the excess flakes were brushed off firmly to reveal the image.

This was then mounted onto mirror card which had been textured with an embossing folder.

Designed by Dot.

Peacock Stencil

Tape the Dreamweaver peacock stencil (LG730) to a piece of black card. 
Then use a palette knife to apply copper embossing paste through the stencil. Remove the stencil and immediately sprinkle ultra-fine glitter over the image from a height of approx 30cm to allow even distribution without clumping.
Leave to dry (approx half an hour) then brush off excess glitter - quite a bit will come off but it will leave plenty on the image too.

Designed by Dot.






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