Sunday 26 October 2008

Moonlit Vase Tapestry


Card/Paper: Dark Blue Bazzill, Smooth Cream card
Ink: Flannel Kaleidacolor Pad, Tim Holtz Distress Ink
Stamps: Rubber Stamp Tapestry - Moonlit Vase, Greeting Unknown
Other: Silicone Glue


Another lovely Jane Gill class at the Glitter Pot last Friday. This time it was rubber stamp tapestry. I've never done this before, and have been wanting to try it. I came away with so many lovely ideas from all Jane's samples and the projects we did throughout the day.

This is one from the afternoon. It uses the Moonlit Vase set, which has this gorgeous little vase in it. We stamped the vase in a dark blue and then shaped it with an embossing tool on a molding mat before sticking it to the card with silicone glue. Before adding the vase of course, we used the leaf and flower stamps from the set to create the arrangements in the vases, and also the decorations around the edge of the background piece. Everything is matted onto a dark blue Bazzill Criss Cross card. The edges of all the cream card were rubbed with Tim Holtz distress ink, but I can't remember the colour as there were several floating around the table - one of the lighter brownish ones!

Lousy weather lately for photography - that's my excuse and I'm sticking to it!

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Mada said...

How gorgeous! As always, your creations are impeccable. :)

I've been drooling over those tapestry stamps for quite some time. I love their site and the videos in there. And all their sets too, of course. :D

I imagine how wonderful it must be to attend those classes. I wish we had some over here...


Anonymous said...

What an absolutely beautiful card and a lovely stamp set (I went and looked). Thank you for sharing how it was made. This is just so gorgeous!

Jingle said...

This is so pretty! Your vases just POP off the card and look so very real!

Kate Lewis said...

Really lovely Joanne - I have some of those tapestry sets at the back of a cupboard somewhere - maybe will have to dig them out! Kate x

Tracy.H said...

Wow! This is amazing! :0)

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