Gardening girl – Form-A-Lines gallery card of the week

This week’s card is called Gardening girl and was made by Pipa. Pipa said: “I stamped and coloured it with promarkers. Punched layered flowers and leaves with pearls were added. Also a punched border. I made it for a friend.” Would you like to enter your card as contender for “Form-A-Lines gallery card of the … Read moreGardening girl – Form-A-Lines gallery card of the week

Opinions please – Form-A-Lines gallery card of the week

This elegant card is called Opinions please and was made by Eileen who was asking if the card needed any extra decoration. The stamp is Crimson fan by Acey Deucy/Imperial Cargo. Eileen asked: “Does this need anything like a word or maybe a small asian kanji. I am trying to do less is more but … Read moreOpinions please – Form-A-Lines gallery card of the week

Flourished Rose – Form-A-Lines gallery card of the week

This striking card is called Flourished Rose and was made by Mama. Mama said: “I re-discovered a tutorial for making these roses that I’d saved quite some time back. I decided to have a play and this is the result! I added a Nellie Snellen heart, a Cuttlebug embossed background and a ribbon bow.” Here … Read moreFlourished Rose – Form-A-Lines gallery card of the week

To my friend – Form-A-Lines gallery card of the week

This impressive card is called To my friend and was made by Lilyf. Lilyf said: “I used Hero Arts stamps. I made my own background with one of the stamps and distressed it with ink.” Cards featured here must have been posted in the Forum-A-Lines forum gallery. Would you like to enter your card as … Read moreTo my friend – Form-A-Lines gallery card of the week

Split Image Stamping

Split Color Butterfly This card is really easy to make, and the results are spectacular.  This image is from www.stampscapes.com. First, I stamped the image in turqoise ink on white cardstock, and clear embossed. Then, I stamped the image in white ink on turquoise cardstock, embossed with white powder, as the image was not opaque … Read moreSplit Image Stamping

Advantage of stamping with tissue paper 2

This was a test using an inked background. The image on the right was stamped directly on the card with stazon. It is clear but also the background is quite strong. On the left, I stamped the image on tissue with Stazon and pva’d the tissue to the inked card.  The background is slightly muted … Read moreAdvantage of stamping with tissue paper 2

Advantage of stamping on tissue. 1

   I got inspiration for using tissue from Kay’s ‘Candle’ post.  I decided to find out what difference stamping on tissue would make when using textured card.  I first stamped on the Textured card and saw that the ink did not go into the hollows, but that is ok. if that is the effect you … Read moreAdvantage of stamping on tissue. 1