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Friday, 12 November 2010

My Creative Classroom - Rubber Stamping Back to Basics Wk 5 (Final Project)

The final "homework" of the course is to use any of the techniques covered in a project based upon one of 5 sketches provided by Glenda. Since the sketch forms part of the Copyrighted Course Material I have not included it in this post. I used brayering for the seahorse & fish plus heat embossing for the seashell, seaweed & bubbles.

Prior to working through the course I neither knew what to use them for nor was I confident in stamping silhouette stamps. The seahorse is my first ever stamping of this particular stamp - I could hardly believe when it turned out so well.

Stamps Elusive Images UA5SP0259 Underwater (seahorse, seashell & seaweed),  CC Designs Sugar Plums Underwater (bubbles & fish).
Inks etc... Memento Tuxedo Black & Kaleidacolor Caribbean Sea (seahorse & fish), VersaMark watermark stamp pad & Stewart Gill Ultrafine Embossing Powder (seashell, seaweed & bubbles). Stormy Sky Distress Ink for inking cut edges of the glossy royal blue cardstock.
Cardstock Black, Moondust Black, Glossy Royal Blue & Pale Blue from "stash".
The dolphin gems, ribbons & pearls are all from "stash".


Debgem said...

Wow!! Paula - this is absolutely beautiful. I love everything about it. The image of the seahorse is stunning - the brayered colours works so well with stamp. And the other fish and bubbles complete the scene. It's fabulous.

Deborah x

Linda said...

Paula you havebeen learning some fab techniques and the results are just WOW!!!

xxxtglxxx said...

Oh wow Paula! I literally went WOW! I have never seen anything like this effect, its stunning. Those classes paid off! :)
The seahorse is beautiful, and very mesmerising.

Well done! :)



Annie said...

wow Paula! that is a stunning sea horse and beautifully put together project.
hugs, annie x

Wendy Ramlakhan said...

See, this is what makes you a true stamper in my book. You can work with all types of stamps. Me....I just like to color. I would have NO IDEA what to do with that seahorse, but you have made it come alive!!! Great job on your classes Paula. I'd give you an A+++++++ :) LOL