'Elizabeth Bennet'

I made this using the beautiful stamp from Indigo Blu, 'Elizabeth Bennet'.
I stamped it onto vellum using Tim Holtz Distress ink, Walnut Stain, added colour to the flowers using 'Magenta' Pan Pastel and Caran D'ache pencil 100 (purple) to do the low lights in the centre of the flowers.
The script is also stamped onto vellum using Walnut Stain distress ink, both were distressed around the edges.
The Flowers were cut out of vellum, stamped with the script stamp with the Walnut Stain, using a Spellbinder die then coloured using the 'Raw Umber' Pan Pastel and tinted with the 'Magenta' Pan Pastel.
The foliage is all cut using Cheery Lynn dies from card stock I coloured using the Walnut Stain and added a couple of skeleton leaves.
I hope you like it, I'm a bit out of practice with my stamping but adamant to get back into it.
Thank you for visiting and all comments are really appreciated.

16 comments:

  1. This is a beautiful card Emma. I must look for this stamp, my Great Grandmother was called Elizabeth Bennett x

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  2. Hi Emma, this is beautiful, i love how you've used vellum & skelaton leaves, your flowers are amazing...... i must practice x (hugs)

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  3. One word Emma "STUNNING" xx

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  4. Absolutely beautiful!
    I love this image!

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  5. Absolutely stunning Emma - love it xx

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  6. OMW, Emma!! this is absolutely gorgeous!
    Love your use of vellum and the skeleton leaves - we don't see many of these nowadays :)
    x

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  7. Beautiful, love that you stamped it with he Distress Inks. I would love it if you followed me too. I have the New Blog lovin button on my blog, please follow there.

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  8. Oh wow! this is fabulous, so many great techniques and the flowers are gorgeous cut out of vellum xx

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  9. Wow Emma this is so stunning, such beautiful detail xxx

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  10. Stunning card Emma, love, love, love the pretty colous, image and all your detail too.
    Lorraine xx

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  11. What a stunning card, Emma. I just saw this stamp when I was having a look at indigo blue ones on line today! I love what you have done with her. Vee xx

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  12. WOWSERS Emma this is absolutely stunning!

    Hugs
    Linda xxx

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  13. Really stunning. I love the vintage look you've achieved with your different techniques.

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  14. Such a stunning card . What a fantastic colour wave . Love it xxx

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