Wednesday, 8 January 2014

A Huge Butterfly Stamp,Distress Markers and the Thumping Technique!

Yo ho Bloggers just a quick post to share
 a fabulous technique that I found on the
I ordered this beautiful Butterfly Stamp
called Swallowtail and it arrived today.
I used Distress Markers and some 
Scattered Straw Distress Inks.
What a cracker! 
Thanks for looking today
Back soon 
Eileen xx

16 comments:

  1. Lovely card. The techneque sounds interesting

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  2. Stunning, beautiful, love the colours xxx

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  3. OMG this is Stunning!

    Hugs
    Linda xxx

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  4. This is gorgeius Eileen watched the viddy looks fun...no I haven't got any distress markers might have to try with whatever my waterbased pens are called xx

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  5. really lovely effect Eileen! Thanks for the link, have got this gorgeous stamp, and markers, so will just have to have a go!

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  6. Beautiful effect, thanks for the technique link.
    Big hugs Anja

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  7. Love the technique. Awesome card!

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  8. Wow that looks great, another technique for my to try list, thanks for sharing xx

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  9. That stamp is ENORMOUS isn't it?!

    Lovely to offset it though.

    Hugs, Sarn xxx

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  10. I certainly haven't seen this technique before, but it is very clever. Unfortunately I don't have any distress markers so not sure if there is any other way of achieving this effect. Such a lovely large butterfly stamp, gorgeous! x

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  11. wow this is gorgeous, love the colors and the butterfly and the text is fabulous!
    Enjoy the weekend!
    Groetjes Karin x

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  12. Wow this is gorgeous amazing detail and super colouring xx

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  13. hello dear eileen;
    thanks for this very pretty card and for reminding us of this technique...great card hugs from sunny california
    bibiana

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  14. Thank you all for such super support and comments..
    @Pat , yes you can use any water based Markers... Aquamarkers, Whisper ... ect NOT copics or promarkers, these are not good for your stamps.
    Have fun
    Eileen xxx

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