Thursday, 19 March 2015

Brand New Stencils from Designs By Ryn


Hello all you Bloggers.. Just want to share a Tag with you that I created using a BRAND NEW STENCIL from Designs by Ryn.


This Stencil is called Hibiscus Stencil and its so pretty!  I've used  Distress inks for the background, onto White Linen card stock and then applied Prima Basics 3D Gloss Gel from Oyster Stamps, along with a tiny amount of Brusho Paint Crystals (Rose) mixed in, through the stencil.

When it was all dry I stamped the Rising Bubbles stamp, also by Ryn, using Black Archival Inks.
A few lines here and there with a sparkle gold ink pen....  job done.
Back soon. Thank you for popping over to my Blog today.
Eileen xx

14 comments:

  1. That is truly STUNNING Eileen xxx

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  2. Gorgeous work Eileen and this stencil is on my wish list already x

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  3. That is really amazing designed!
    Big hugs Anja

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  4. Gorgeous design Eileen, I love it. Thanks for the tip to use Brushos in the clear Gell, I didn't think of it.... you are so smart and creative. Take care, Shirleyxx

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  5. What a great tag ...love how you've used the new stencil from Ryn in combination with the colours and "older stamp"...lovely!

    Greetings, Alie :-)

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  6. This is stunning Eileen, beautiful colours too. My stamps have just arrived but not ordered the stencils yet.
    Think I'm going to have to now that I've seen this tag.

    Sue xx

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  7. I love Ryn, Her designs are so fresh, and you do them justice Eileen x

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  8. I love this hibiscus stencil and that gel medium with the pretty added pink looks great and the bubbles stamps seem to go with everything. Gorgeous! x

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  9. OH!!!!!!!!!!!! I thought you were in Rochester in the USA!!! I didn't realise you were in Kent! I used to live near there (born in Walderslade, now in Essex). Used to go to Peggoty's Parlour for scones :)
    I shall have to keep an eye out for your next workshops. I might be able to swing down on a train and treat myself!

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    1. I was born in Walderslade too.. then moved to Lordswood before heading to Rochester ! xx

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  10. Wow a lovely tag Eileen, with a dramatic feel because of the black ribbon, lovely! xxMiranda

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  11. Oh my, this is amazing! A friend just told me about your Brusho Youtube videos, and I watched the 4 card series this afternoon, and was in total awe. I'm a newbie with the Brusho-s, so all of your techniques were so enjoyably instructive and I want to try some of these awesome techniques. Also loved the bleeding tissue one. I love Ryn's stamps, don't have any of the stencils as yet. This hibiscus is on my wish list. You've created such a beautiful work with this image on the super background too. So many products, so little time! (and of course the Budget!). Thanks for such terrific inspiration and I'd become your newest follower if I could find a place to join. I don't do the Circle thing or networked blogs (mainly cause I don't know how!). TFS

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  12. Duh, I did find it at the top of your blog. Had been looking over at the sidebar! NOW I'm your newest follower! I provided a link to your wonderful videos on my blog post today. Once again, Thank you.

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