Been playing about with my punches. To be precise, I’ve been making background papers using the positive and negatives from a leaf punch as a stencil. What do you think? I thought this worked quite well with this fab digital stamp from Louise Bridgen’s Holly and Madison’s World Tour set at Charmed Crafts.
Told you I was getting into the digi-stamps at the moment 🙂
The image has been printed on transparency and card and coloured with pencils on the card and pens on the transparency.
Thought it was a bit of fun and of course I will be entering into the challenge over at Crafty Goings On, I mean who wouldn’t with a 72 Copic pen prize 🙂 Oh boy, oh boy, oh boy!
Stamp – Charmed Crafts Holly and Madison
Colouring – PrismaColor pencils; Caran d’Ache pencils; Derwent Pencils; Sansodor; Letroset promarkers; Copic Ciao (Yep – pretty much everything except watercolours!)
Usual Suspects – Paper Trimmer; Silicone glue; Double-sided tape
Other – Animal brad HOTP; Hemp string; Printable transparency; Woodware large leaf punch; VersaColor bamboo ink