Sunday, October 5, 2014

Cliffhanger image

Hello. When I saw this beautiful card and stamp on Doreens Dream Blog I just had to case it. I tried many types of ink (stazon, memento and stampin-up) but I was unable to get a clear image. This card was my 5th attempt and still not happy. I love this stamp (cliffhanger) from indigo blu...Loz

6 comments:

  1. This is just gorgeous,love the design and image.xxx

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  2. I think the end result is stunning, Loz!
    I know what you mean about having troubles to cover the whole image with ink. When that happens to me I put the stamp on the table and the paper on top and bluntly rubs. That usually helps..

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  3. hi Loz, beautiful card, when I have trouble with stamping like this ..I use
    Archival Verafine..onyx black..also another sticky ink I would use..Brillance...
    hope this helps pam x

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  4. Great card, those hills are perfect!

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  5. oh woooww this is winner card in my eyes..the way you make the moon and the hils ooh dear..this is to die for, wonderful...lovely scene..

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  6. Awesome card, Loz. Along with Versafine, another ink I find gives me nice crisp images in Ranger's Archival Black.
    hugs, Asha

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