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19th February New Release for DigiStamps4Joy

 Hello Everyone!
Today I have two cards that I created with images from the Digistamps4joy New Release.


My first card I created with this cute image called Head Shots – Boy
I printed the image on Neenah Solar white card stock and colored with copic markers.
I wanted to create a vintage look so I used Distress ink, Rusty hinge on the image after the coloring.
The die around the image is from Spellbinders Shapeabilies Lace Doily Motif.
The sentiment is a gift from a papercrafting magazine and I stamped it using Distress Ink Gathered twigs.

The second card I created with this beautiful image called Hanging Basket.

I printed the image on watercolor paper and when it came out of the printer I covered it with clear Embossing powder from Ranger and heat embossed it.
I love using this technique as it allows me to watercolor without waiting for the image to dry and I can watercolor without going out of the lines.
I used my Derwent Inktense watercolor pencils to color the image and my white gel pen for the accents.
After it was dry I fussy cut it and added foam tape on the back side.
I created my background using a stencil called Mini Bricks from The Crafters Workshop and Distress Ink Gathered twigs.
I adhered acetate and a blue pattern paper with clouds on to create a window effect.
I placed the image on the panel and used a brad on the top of the basket.
So these are my cards for today,
I had a lot of fun creating them and I hope you like them!
Thank you for visiting!
xoxo Olga

7 thoughts on “19th February New Release for DigiStamps4Joy

  1. Cute cards, Olga! Your embossing technique sounds neat – what kind of printer do you have? Inkjet? Laser? I would love to be able to watercolour my digis but my inkjet printer has not made that possible.

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