www.inkydoodles.co.uk, site logo.
Follow us on Facebook

find us on facebook

All major debit / credit cards accepted (via Paypal secure website), or by your PayPal Account.

New side column

Cheque payments also accepted.

  • PayPal
  • Mastercard
  • Maestro
  • Visa
  • Visa Electron
  • American Express
Powered By Paypal
Mailing List

Subscribe to our mailing list

* indicates required

Shopping Basket

You currently have no items in your basket.

Shop Search

Blog

Hi, Sarah here.

I want to use the blog to let you know about what's going on at Inky Doodles, in my head and in the wider world of stamping and papercraft so that you too can be inspired and create something amazing!

find us on facebook

 

With the help of the wonderful Caroline Shinnie I hope to be able to show a card or project with instructions most days.

Thank you card by Caroline Shinnie

Posted on

2 Comments

 
 
Stamps and ink pads used
 
 
Distress Ink - Pumice Stone
 
Other Items Used
MDF Heart from 52 shape pack
 
 
 
String
Square Doily
Stapler
Promarkers - Grey Green, Sandstone, Powder Blue, Bluebell, Soft Green, Pastel Green, Tan, Blush & Dusky Pink.
Cream Acrylic paint
 

For the background, fold a square Doily in half to make a triangle and distress the edges with Pumice Stone. Cut a triangle of Spotty Background paper for the other side, leaving a 1cm gap diagonally across the card. Stamp the small flower stamp in the gap and colour it using Promarkers. Attach doily and spotty card.  For the topper, stamp the Angel in Black Memento, and colour her in using Promarkers. Add glossy accents to her flowers. Stamp the single flower around the Angel in Pumice Stone and ink the edges, cut out with a die of your choice or deckle edge scissors.  For the MDF heart shape, paint with the cream acrylic and when dry stamp the flowers from the angel set using Pumice Stone Distress ink. Stamp the Sentiment over the top in Black Memento, add string and staple it to the top of the card. for finishing touches, staple some ribbon to the side of the topper, before attaching to the card with 3D foam pads or silicone glue.

Add a comment:

Leave a comment:

Comments

  1. maria clarke

    thank you so much for keeping the blog going, as it gives inspiration using different mediums. i love all the stamps and as you know i have most of them. i think sarah has lovely designs with great quality! i would recommend any of the stamps and definitely think they are different to what's on the market, i just love sarah's folk style and also her background stamps. keep them coming sarah!!! big hugs maria xxxx

    Posted on

  2. Jan Sharp

    Thank you for alerting me to the blog. A lovely idea and a lovely project to kick it off. Looking forward to following you and being inspired! Jan

    Posted on

Add a comment
Shop Categories