Wednesday, July 30, 2014

Peacock Card

Hello. I could not wait to try out my new SU peacock stamp. I had a lot of trouble with white dots remaining on the card after I embossed even though I used an embossing buddy and brushed off the excess. A freind suggested I use a fine black pen to cover the white dots and it worked fairly well..Loz

9 comments:

  1. Love the fab image and gorgeous colours.xxx

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  2. WOW what a beauty...Especially loved the pearls on the feathers
    Cheers
    Dr Sonia
    Cards Crafts Kids Projects

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  3. beautiful card Loz, striking black and white, love the peacock..
    you have`nt said what embossing powder you used..I use WOW white opaque E/P...seems the best for not white blobs..
    pam

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  4. FAB detail on the tail feathers. Great job embossing, Loz.
    hugs, Asha

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  5. Beautiful card! Thank you for the tip on covering the white dots. I have some sometimes, too!

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  6. Beautiful card and thanks for sharing that tip!

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  7. Oh wow this is beautifully elegant with the black and white and I love the touch of gold.
    Hugs Desíre {Doing Life}

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  8. Very exotic! Great embossing detail. Must remember the tip.

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  9. What a beautiful image Loz, great work!

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